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I have an 04 TJ Rubicon with a Tom Woods rear driveshaft. Do I need to remove the rear driveshaft on both ends to grease the inverted zert fittings on my Cardan Joint?

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I have the same setup. Rotate the rear shaft so that the flush grease fitting on the cv ball is straight up, jack up the rear of the jeep, support the frame with jack stands and let the rear axle droop. You will now have enough room to grease that fitting with a thin needle tip on your grease gun. Hope that helps.
 

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I have the same setup. Rotate the rear shaft so that the flush grease fitting on the cv ball is straight up, jack up the rear of the jeep, support the frame with jack stands and let the rear axle droop. You will now have enough room to grease that fitting with a thin needle tip on your grease gun. Hope that helps.

The worked perfect, thanks.
 
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