that seems to be right around the time I disappeared for awhile...
A while is like, "I went to the shore for the weekend" or "I'll be taking off for a week to go and play with Mickey Mouse for vacation".
You, my friend, dropped off the face of the planet. Although, it is about time for your your annual surfacing.
Glad to see you are alive. Maybe we will see you in Moab, although, there is little chance of me getting there anytime soon.
As for that air filter, get off your duff, find an air filter listing and cross reference the darn thing.
The tranny doesn't shift because it is probably full of water, from the looks of it.
Shipping tires can be done FedEx. Just slap the label on each one. No box needed. You may have to break down the tires and wheels. Tires usually go for about $25/ea per FedEx. Wheels will be a bit more.
The CV's should work on any 2nd gen vehicle with the longer CV's. IIRC, the "hub nut" appeared around 2002.
The driveshafts are going to be only worth what someone wants to pay AND they need them.
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