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    I hate it when the caps fall of my spare u-joints or driveshafts; lose one needle bearing and it is doneski. The vendors do carry their own variations of u-joint savers but I thought there had to be a better, less expensive way.

    Picked up a 2.5" inner tube from my local bike store for $6.99

    Cut out a 2" wide section and used it like a big fat rubber band to keep the caps in place.

    This tube will yield about 35 u-joint savers for the same price as 1 at the vendors.

    It is cool because it's cheap, rugged, and I could care less if i lose one.


    This article was originally published in forum thread: U-joint Saver started by chuzie View original post