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Old June 6th, 2012, 09:58 AM
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the inner axle housing, near where the swivel bolts onto the housing, does have a copper bushing to keep the pivot point of the cv joint from bouncing around and causing this issue, inspect for fitting and existence, also the inner tip of the spindle (stubby), where it bolts onto the axle will have the same bushing....all of this is to support the cv in a straight position.
This is a rear Salisbury - there in no bushing on the outter end of the axle tube. My stub axle does have the inner bushing in place, but I'll check for wear.

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Mine did this at the winter romp. There is a copper bushing (bearing) on the other side of the axle stub that need to be inserted. http://www.defendersource.com/forum/...&postcount=163

http://www.roversnorth.com/p-3890-be...90-rrover.aspx
They were used stub axles and did have the inner bushings, but I'll double-check their condition.
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Old June 6th, 2012, 10:15 AM
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But we hatched this plan at the last HH, which you missed. So it's really all of us. Well, mainly Lavender. Yup it was all his idea. And Galpin. We just made Pedro do it. Lots of texting.

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Old June 6th, 2012, 10:19 AM
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This is a rear Salisbury - there in no bushing on the outter end of the axle tube. My stub axle does have the inner bushing in place, but I'll check for wear.

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They were used stub axles and did have the inner bushings, but I'll double-check their condition.
sorry, saw the pic and read description but somehow did not register of what I saw with what I read... if it was bent the damage would not be around it, but it would be spotty... if it flexes thus causing warpage under load then a whole different issue has arisen.
remember the axle is a full floating unit so it is nothing but a driver, it is the stub which supports the weight so for it to show the damage shown ir would have to warp under load... loose axle damages the hub threads, leaks oil and pings when shifting, if using factory bolts they will shear as well... loose bearing as others have mention is a remote possibility but still possible.
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Old June 6th, 2012, 10:28 AM
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Call up the KAM guys and see what info they have for your situation. Since they supply the military, am sure they have seen it before.
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