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BigJimny WIKI

BigJimny WIKI
​BigJimny is changing.Thanks to an idea from Chris Rowson (Leftcase), BigJimny now has a Wiki. A Wiki is a source of information supplied and maintained by users i.e. you!Previously people had suggested that whilst there was lots of information on this site, it was hard to find and the built in search tools were less than perfect. Chris suggested a...
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Kingpin Bearings - The Video

Kingpin Bearings - The Video

As my "How-to" guide is really out of date, I decided to create a video of this last weekends Kingpin bearing change on "LittleJimny" before it goes off to its new owner. This is the way, whether you like it or not, that I change the Kingpin bearings....

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Don't over grease your CV's!!

Don't over grease your CV's!!
So, as described in the previous blog post (http://www.bigjimny.com/bigjimny-blog/jimny-modifications/entry/818-littlejimny-steering-wobble-1)  I am chasing down a wobble prior to selling LittleJimny. I am preparing a "How to" video but here is an advance finding from my work. The previous owner must have had the Kingpin Bearings changed at so...
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LittleJimny - Steering Wobble

Christmas is when we take LittleJimny off the road and into the garage for a service. This year is a bit different as LittleJimny is going up for sale soon as James is looking to change to a different car. Therefore I need to sort some things out. The first is a little steering wobble.....Of course, this is only a small wobble compared to what it c...
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ARB airline - continued

ARB airline - continued
Well the part finally turned up today after nearly 3 weeks of waiting :(I have re-tapped the Diff casing thread as it looks like there is enough metal to form a decent thread. As you can see from the picture, the new adapter also has considerably more thread!
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