Just got my new Renegade R2 delivered with 2.6 miles on it and changing all the fluids. They must put everything including the oil filter with an impact.
Last thing is taking the the skid plate off to change the transmission fluid. Any suggestions??
My right rear wheel bearing has gone bad and made lots of horrid noises before I got it into the garage, I'm trying to break the 36mm nut so I can get at everything, but so far, all I have broken is my 1/2" breaker bar, I guess 6' of extension pipe was a bit too much - busted the 1/2" square piece, banged my wife's shin and bent a lug bolt that I'll have to replace. Called a friend and he came over with his 3/4" drive set and broke the nut loose while I stood on the brakes with 4 X 4 and lockers. Any advanced advice for what I'm going to find, I'm done with it for the day and going to go play with the grand kids.
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I have owned a 2008 Commando for a little over a year. It is relatively low milage for its age as it was stored for most of those years. In any case I have managed to tear up the rear reducer. I have several question for any one with experience:
1 It appears that the reducer can be separated from the drive shaft by removing cotter key and pin?
2 Are the half axles removed by snatching with a slap hammer? Any easy way to to get them out?
3 Once all that is done, will the reducer clear the various cross members to get it out of the frame.
4 I see a lot of references to "Lenny" in reference to upgrade kits. Can someone give me a link to "Lenny" and do any of his kits fit the Commando?
5 Has anyone developed a description of the reducer teardown and rebuild or a YouTube of same.
Any info is greatly appreciated and thanks!
Didn't include pics of the obvious like rad fan. Just the stuff I made up.
First off, FUSEBOX. I replaced mine. If you want to replace yours, cut the wires fuse by fuse near the old terminal. This way if you get confused, you can still see which wire went where. I have a pic of the work in progress, and the final assembly. Relays are now individual too.
4X4 electric to manual conversion.
I have a pic of the diff lever I used and how its mounted. Used a motorcycle cable, and the front diff has a plate as you can see. This plate is home made - Central America has next to nothing, so I had to use a hacksaw and file to make this. However, it works great and is reliable. You can see a front and back of the mechanism that pushes the pin in and out.
I used to be lead hand and team leader at my old tool and die shop. Now my parrot inspects everything and tells me what to do.
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