I'm going to pick up a couple nice jig saw blades and try that first.Its on the thicker side but you may be able to get away with drilling relief holes on the corners and using a jigsaw to cut the pockets. A grinder would work but can be tricky to cut tight slots.
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Go slow and let the tool work, lube the blade and don't try to steer it too much.I'm going to pick up a couple nice jig saw blades and try that first.
Thanks for the recommendation.
Have you looked into one piece driveshafts. Tom Woods seems to have a good reputation and are not too expensive.I had been chasing a shake/vibration of unknown origin for a while. I finally gave up and stopped caring. My steering wheel shakes slightly at freeway speeds right now, though I'm not sure why. I just live with it, because I've found that if I get everything super-smooth for the road it just gets knocked back when I go off road.
Have had this diff drop on my truck for almost 10 years. Haven't had any issues. What are the typical issues people have?What's the general consensus on diff drops? I installed one when I did my lift, but have heard some people say it's not a good idea on our trucks.
I can imagine that'd be one heck of a long DS... some benefits, some risks...Have you looked into one piece driveshafts. Tom Woods seems to have a good reputation and are not too expensive.
I'm having my DS balanced Monday, so fingers crossed.