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    Cog Not sure what to order, help please.

    I'm ready to order the parts, but not completely sure what I'll need, I'd rather order more then not have enough... I can't afford downtime, this is my DD.

    I'm thinking:
    2 upper ball joints. -(Moog K3134T Upper Ball Joint)
    2 lower ball joints. -(Moog K3161T Lower Ball Joint)
    2 hubs. -(Timken 513084 Axle Bearing and Hub Assembly)
    2 Ujoints. -(DANA SPICERŪ 260X Series U-Joint)
    2 bottles of Mobil1 gear lube 75-90W

    What else would I need while it's apart? Basic front axle rebuild...
    Will I need to get wheel studs or does the hubs come with them?

    Do I have the right parts listed for my 1999 XJ?
    thank you very much!!!

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    Default Re: not sure what to order, help please.

    hubs come with the studs.........them ball joints can be fun..can get the proper tool for them....cant help with parts number but someone will...good luck mate
    keeping it red........

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    Default Re: not sure what to order, help please.

    pinion seal OK why ya got bits off it ...
    keeping it red........

    I DRIVE A BARBIE JEEP

    Quote Originally Posted by XJ4IV
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    Think I would go that crazy too if my Jeep turned white

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    Default Re: not sure what to order, help please.

    Well since you have to take the tie rod ends loose to do the ball joints, why not go ahead and replace those, or better yet do the V8 ZJ tierod upgrade. http://www.xjtalk.com/showthread.php?t=6242

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    Default Re: Not sure what to order, help please.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bbasso View Post
    I'm ready to order the parts, but not completely sure what I'll need, I'd rather order more then not have enough... I can't afford downtime, this is my DD.

    I'm thinking:
    2 upper ball joints. -(Moog K3134T Upper Ball Joint)
    2 lower ball joints. -(Moog K3161T Lower Ball Joint)
    2 hubs. -(Timken 513084 Axle Bearing and Hub Assembly)
    2 Ujoints. -(DANA SPICERŪ 260X Series U-Joint)
    2 bottles of Mobil1 gear lube 75-90W

    What else would I need while it's apart? Basic front axle rebuild...
    Will I need to get wheel studs or does the hubs come with them?

    Do I have the right parts listed for my 1999 XJ?
    thank you very much!!!
    The wheel bearing can be one of two types for the 1999. You have to measure the rotor to see if you are using a ceramic or cast iron rotor.

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    Default Re: Not sure what to order, help please.

    What part of the rotor am I measuring?
    My 1999 has a build date of 02/99, an early one...

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