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Driveshaft Dilemma

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by msb350, Aug 18, 2005.

  1. msb350

    msb350 Registered Member

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    Well I finally saved up enough to redo my suspension. I plan on running a 4in lift with 4in shackle flip in the rear. With the flip wont that point the differential yoke right at the tcase? If so would I start to have bad vibes? After I finish the lift I plan on doing the SYE kit and getting a new driveshaft but I dont have all the money to do the SYE and new shaft. I am hoping the stock shaft will last me for a temporary amount of time but I am not sure. Any help is appreciated.

    Matt
     
  2. PsychoticDeadGuy

    PsychoticDeadGuy 1/2 ton status

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    the shackle flip will actually help the pinion angle. if you do blocks they are usually machined with a degree cut on them and if you do spring only then it will require shims. the shackle flip doesnt require any of that other stuff. just bolt on and go...you do have to wirry about brake lines though...the stock driveshaft should work out just fine...
     

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