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View Poll Results: What would you do with a free '94 Jimmy?
Sell/trade-in as is on a good truck/SUV 5 14.71%
Fix it up myself then sell/trade-in 4 11.76%
Fix it up stock and keep it 15 44.12%
Part it out 2 5.88%
Enter it into a demolition derby 1 2.94%
Take it out to the boonies and burn it 3 8.82%
other 4 11.76%
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Old 11-30-2004, 08:59 PM   #16
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Re: Re: What would you want to do if you were given this Jimmy for free?

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Ok smartass, post the pictures, I would like to see you repack a sealed bearing assembly.

Oh really, so why does my service manual state that you can only repack 2x4 bearing properly then?
Do 2x4 bearings fit in 4x4?
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Old 11-30-2004, 09:05 PM   #17
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Re: What would you want to do if you were given this Jimmy for free?

No.
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Old 12-01-2004, 02:38 AM   #18
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Then I have no idea what he is packing...
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Old 12-01-2004, 02:41 AM   #19
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Then I have no idea what he is packing...
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Old 12-01-2004, 03:20 PM   #20
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Re: What would you want to do if you were given this Jimmy for free?

i'll post`some pics in the next day or two.

Just calm down man. What the hell are you getting so pissed off about?

Pics are comming, just hold on...
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Old 12-01-2004, 03:24 PM   #21
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Re: What would you want to do if you were given this Jimmy for free?

oh, by the way are you sure you can't by repackable bearings, and your just not simply taking the time to think about it??

Go take a little trip down to an auto parts store or wherever you buy your parts and ask the gentleman behind the counter.

And don't just reply with some dumbass comment...I don't think that's what this site is for and it doesn't accomplish anything
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Okay.

These bearings:



Get packed here:



And go into this truck (which is a 4x4 )

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Oh jeez, I was talking about a 4x4 S-series jimmy, LOL!

Yea, you can repack yours.
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Old 12-01-2004, 04:12 PM   #24
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Re: Re: Re: Re: What would you want to do if you were given this Jimmy for free?

okay, that's what I figured you were talking about, but I questioned that very thing and you kept on saying you can't pack 4x4 bearings in general.


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Do you mean all 4x4's in general?? Or just Jimmy's?
""Sorry, but you cannot repack 4x4 bearings, only 2x4.""

""Oh really, so why does my service manual state that you can only repack 2x4 bearing properly then?""

You never mention anything about the exact type of vehicle you are talking about. But it's cool though
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busted for what?
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Re: Re: What would you want to do if you were given this Jimmy for free?

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busted for what?
You called him to the carpet to deliver pics and he did.

So now we all know that S10 4x4 wheel bearings can be repacked. Thanks guys. And BlazerLT says that S15 Jimmy 4x4 bearings are sealed (cannot be packed). What about the S10 Blazer 4x4? Are these sealed?

I wonder why the bearings on the S15 Jimmy 4x4 are different from the S10 4x4?
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You called him to the carpet to deliver pics and he did.

So now we all know that S10 4x4 wheel bearings can be repacked. Thanks guys. And BlazerLT says that S15 Jimmy 4x4 bearings are sealed (cannot be packed). What about the S10 Blazer 4x4? Are these sealed?

I wonder why the bearings on the S15 Jimmy 4x4 are different from the S10 4x4?
Obviously you fail to see he was talking about a full size 4x4 truck and not the s-series.

The s-series 4x4 bearing are sealed and can only be replaced and not packed.

So no one was called out, no one was wrong, it was a misunderstanding.

We both are right, I am right about the s-series which I was talking abotu and he is right about his full size having bearing that can be repacked.

So how about you can the childish attitude.
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So how about you can the childish attitude.
Forget it.
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