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208 t-case 1350 c/v here now

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by drivelineman, Dec 10, 2001.

  1. drivelineman

    drivelineman 1/2 ton status

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    i just got them there looking nice - i'll get some pricing available- and some pics soon- Jess

    Owner of High Angle Driveline http://highangledriveline.com
     
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    jess,

    is that possibly going to be packaged with some sort of slipyoke eliminator?

    how do you feel about the 208? is it adequate for the stresses that a stockish 350 and 4.56ish gears can generate? i'm not at all interested in scrapping the 208 box for something else, and i plan to not weld my perches up on the rearend 'till i get the skinny on your forthcoming product....


    thanks,
    greg

    ** i'm so money **
     
  3. drivelineman

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    the 208 is pretty strong- the main reason for this new type of slip yoke c/v is its a whole lot better than the caddy 3r c/v that people are using now- and its a new choice for people who will not or cannot run the 241 or 205 - pricing wil be around 440.00 for the c/v and slip yoke on your driveline - pics will come soon- my site should have them up in a few days-Jess

    Owner of High Angle Driveline http://highangledriveline.com
     
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    I guess it wont be too long before you get $440 from me then! One question though, we like to catch air from time to time and I Was told that with a lift, the slip yoke can get pushed into the tcase and wreck it if you get air born. What do you think?
     
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    this would be something i'd like to see you cycle the suspension on before -to make sure this problem does not become a reality- this yoke we use is the full spline style not the counterboard version others are using so it can be run out 1-2 " if necessary - Jess

    Owner of High Angle Driveline http://highangledriveline.com
     
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    pics up on por- chevy section- also my new can-back on my trcuk- how do you post up pics here again? jess

    Owner of High Angle Driveline http://highangledriveline.com
     
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    Unfortuneately do to bandwidth issues we cannot post pics in our posts, but if they are on a server somewhere you can put in a link by typing {url}www.pictureorpageyouwanttoview.com{/url} but replace the {} with [].

    See my rig at <a target="_blank" href=http://coloradok5.com/gallery/Leadfoot> click here </a>
     
  8. Jeff427

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    Here you go Jess,
    http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/attachment.php?s=&amp;postid=176910
    [​IMG]

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    So how or why exactly is the slip yoke stronger then the caddy type? Although I'm pretty sould on the whole one tone cv myself... would like a bit more beef and stregth to the 1/2 ton setup I have now

    -Mikey
    1987 Chevy K5 Blazer- 350 TBI
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  11. Jeff427

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    Mike,
    Jess can correct me if I'm wrong. From what I understand, the Caddy 3R cv has a short spline on the slip yoke, so it is very limited in the amount of travel it can handle. The one ton slip yoke that Jess is now offering has full legth spines, so it can handle more travel, without compromising strength.

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