Axle Swap for Ed’s LJ20 That Was Stuck 40 Years In The Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Axle Swap for Ed’s LJ20 That Was Stuck 40 Years In The Sierra Nevada Mountains.

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Today is the day Ed’s Golden Nugget gets an axle swap! The first ones we got ended up not being the right size, so Matt’s Off Road Recovery came to the rescue and found another Suzuki that had the right axles. Check it out!
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29 Responses

  1. jrhpng says:

    Just after 3am New Zealand time, perfect timing as I can’t get back to sleep… 👍
    Keep up the awesome videos.

  2. Robert Erickson says:

    That was funny as hell you just walked over and picked the engine up and out by hand great episode as always can’t wait for the next golden nugget video

  3. S C says:

    She’s coming along just fine……. Love how you allowed Jace to figure the forklift out ! Best way to teach someone is let them do it!!
    Great family stuff accompanied by great skills and builds. Thanks y’all ✌️

  4. CJRock says:

    “Learn by doing” was part of the FFA supervised ag experience.

    Key part was “supervised”

  5. Sam Hughes says:

    I like this guy . If he makes a mistake he don’t try to hide it. It happens to everybody but he shows it. like when he put the leaf springs on backwards, any mechanic will tell you that thats real stuff. you have a new subscriber and viewer. keep it up my friend.

    • coyote den says:

      Matts off road recovery is the same way .both good guys.

    • Brandon Robinson says:

      You won’t be disappointed!

    • Gail Taylor says:

      He appears to build stuff they way my dad did. Hold this while I tack it…eight rods later…it’s tacked. No jigs just tape measure and eyeball. And he was a machinist for GM back-in-the-day.

    • Brian Walker says:

      I’m a retired Fitter & Turner and l sure made my fair share of mistakes in my working life. When l made mistakes, the apprentices that were working with me at the time, would love making fun of me. I would simply say, a man that never made a mistake, never made anything. 😊

    • Bart Goins says:

      @Gail Taylor “Eyecrometer”

  6. Chris Mahoney says:

    “don’t squish me” that’s something every parent needs to tell their kid at some point in life.

  7. Lone Pine JB says:

    Paul feels like Superman just manhandling those old axles around and lifting the engine/trans out. Keep up the great work. The rust/lack of rust just blows my mind. Being from Pennsylvania, none of those bolts would have come out and frame would be paper thin. Keep up the great work! Keep the boys in the shop!

  8. Az Papa says:

    I love to see a father that’s not raising boys, so much a training fine young men! I think it’s awesome for them to see you honoring Ed like this. Thanks for posting.

  9. Vincent Lamoureux says:

    I love the “Stories with Paul” segment 👌🏽😊

  10. Barney Rubble says:

    I can hear Ed’s voice: “It about 40 degrees today, we have another Suzuki that we need the axles out of, but we’re going to get ’em out.”

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