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home made high angle driveline?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by jk3078, Jan 4, 2006.

  1. jk3078

    jk3078 1/2 ton status

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    I just saw this http://coloradok5.com/forums/showthread.php=154733

    I was woundering if any one had pics of this? So if I'm reading this right you just take all the cv parts out and put the two "yokes" back together with a u-joint? Any clearence grinding neccissary? And how many Degrees is this good for? Is this a durable mod. Thanks for any info.

    Jeff
     
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    your link doesnt work.
     
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    No this does not work. the yoke does not have the proper pieces for the ball and spring etc. if you pull one side of a cv you will see what i am talking about. also your link is dead
     
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    pm TROLLPORTER or maybe he'll chime in. He gave me the 411. from what he said it works perfect for him. He has a flat belly and long travel shocks and running around 6" lift IIRC and he said it's not binding at all.

    what you do is use the flange part of the CV and use the pinion end of the shaft (1310) to connect the two. you need a conversion joint. So basically it's a drive shaft with two 1310 and the flange part of the CV (s44). he said you need to do some clearancing.
     
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    Thanks smokkey1, I think I see how this works. So youd need a conversion Ujoint (1310xs44)? S is for a Saginaw # referance? So how much angle is this good for? Obviously more than a clearence ground cv. Anyone know the purpose of the "double knuckle" cv any way?

    O and what happened to the link it worked over on my 208 clocking ring post.:confused:
     
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    here's the part number 3-3130 PDQ (Advanced Auto)
     
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    Thanks smokkey1, I think i'll start working on the driveline this weekend.
     

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