Question about 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Posted by Anonymous on
No!!!!!! Even though you remove the drive line the axle shafts are not able to disconnect from the front wheels. This means that every time your wheels turn the axle shaft turns and the ring and pinion and spider gears are turning in the front housing. If you tried this more than likely if not already the bearings may spin in the housing and destroy the housing that holds the third member gears. It will be a very costly item to replace the housing and gears. Rent a tow dolly and place the front wheels in the carrier or use a flatbed tow truck. Either of these items will cost you less money than destroying the housing.
Posted on Jan 17, 2011
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