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I'm heading up to pick up my $100 Bronco. I don't want to lug a ton of tools with me, so what size wrench(s) do I need to remove the driveshaft once I get it on the dolly. I'm already taking a floor jack and two smaller tires to get it on the dolly easier. It's an 84 with a 4 spd.
 

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dont forget a 12 point 5/16" Thats one you wouldnt likely have taken unless I told you. Good ?
 

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Miketnf150 said:
If all you are doing is taking off the driveshft then you will need a 12 point 3/8" wrench or somewhere there abouts. Just take you a few small wrenches around that size.
Its 5/16... I had to find a socket for it, cuz all you get in 98% of sets is 6 pt 5/16
 

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Thanks guys, I crawled under a co-worker's '86 and sized them up, 12pt 8mm or 5/16. Now if the "tow" treuck would cooperate I'd be good. Just had all the rear bearings in the wife's Expedition replaced and today on the NJ Turnpike the pinion seal started to piss oil all over the place. :banghead
 
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