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Old 01-31-2023, 12:43 PM #16
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If you're wiping a normal zerk off the driveshaft, the head of that will probably get removed as well.

I'd be really interested to be proven wrong though.
It broke off because I bent a Passenger Rear lower arm, and it was causing major interference with the fuel tank.

It doesn't hit on normal wheeling, only when the arm got bent. I trimmed enough of the skid plate to stop that from happening.
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It broke off because I bent a Passenger Rear lower arm, and it was causing major interference with the fuel tank.

It doesn't hit on normal wheeling, only when the arm got bent. I trimmed enough of the skid plate to stop that from happening.
Gotcha, I've still got enough (mangled) skid that it takes paint off the driveshaft when it's flexed out.
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