Renli Driveshaft Removal

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  1. CatchRenli

    CatchRenli Starting Member

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    Anyone out there have any experience removing the front drive shaft assembly on a Renli 1100? I have Tugged and tapped PB Blasted and it wont budge. I notice a small dimple in the center of the shaft that I am praying is not where a bolt goes and the bolt head is broken off. Any help is greatly appreciated
     
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    I suspect you are our Renli test subject.......
     
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    Judging by the lack of information available online, I say you are probably correct.
     
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    Sheared Spline on the front drive shaft assembly and broken rear shock bracket. Making custom brackets to handle more abuse. That is definitely a weak point on this ride. Let the fun begin.
     

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    Been there!
     
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    new brackets, old brackets, and using a hell of a cheater bar to untwist a twisted swing arm
     

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