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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by bronc3buster842001, Dec 4, 2006.
when clocking the t-case wont that put the front driveshaft at a weird angle
I once measured that if I clock 205 flat, front output rises about 4". So if you have for example 4" of suspension lift, d-shaft sees it as 8" of lift.
break out the square tubing
Want to explain that to me?
Square tube front driveshaft - a smaller piece sleeved in a larger piece used as a driveshaft. Redneck special.
Yeah I kind of thought that was what he was on about but would like to know how that's going to sort out UJ bind!!
a square tube shaft is not going to do anything to fix the angles. It is acheap way to make yourself a longer shaft with a lot of slip.
this is my square tube with a broken 1310 joint. time for an upgrade.
Won't cure that at all. Now that I read the question and response again, I have no idea what he was saying.
there, fixed it for ya.
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