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Old 07-13-2006, 10:11 AM   #1
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OK guys........ here is what a new bolt looks like. It is splined

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OK guys........ here is what a new bolt looks like. It is splined

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Thanks Howie...

I had replaced all of my bolts, equalizers, and most of the plates on my old SLC3705- only two years after I had put the new axles on it. But they didn't come with greaseables, and I can't for the grace of god figure out why the idiots don't- there shouldn't be anything BUT a re-greaseable axle on anything! To do the whole job took, like, $70 to do...a Mfr like WW prolly pays about $25 extra for all THREE axles. Good to know after our new SLC that they make it a standard now...

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