Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Chaddy, Nov 18, 2005.
almost done.......whatcha think so far woops
I am about to start my SYE and clocking. Anything you could give me tips on??? Anything you would have done differently?
Looks great. Any chance that you took more pics to do a write up for those of us in the planning stages???
well your gonna have to take your passenger seat out and cut a hole in the floor about 8x12in, you will need a carrier bearing 2 piece front drive line $$$$, modify your shift linkage, new rear drive line, new cross member, fab a new seat mount, new exaust, and a skid plate.
Thats not a bad idea......I will start today on the write up with pics.
Is there a lubrication issue when clocking the 241 (no pumps etc...)?
Can you post a pic of the shifter/linkage and mods in the truck? Thanks much!
241 has a pump so no lube issues.
That would be awesome.
Care to explain?? thought carrier bearings were only used to move a shaft around a tranny, such as in a tight built buggy, or they are used in the rear of LWB rigs to help break over angle.
I tried clocking my 208 but I will need a 42* CV to make it work with all the flex I got.
the carrier bearing set up reduces the angle by adding another u-joint.
The links don't work anymore.
sorry.........I fixed it.
I think you are talking about a CV.
Does anyone know if you have the same problem with a Surburban?
It go's, cv--shaft--carrier bearing--slip shaft--u-joint--shaft--u-joint--yoke--60 Its not done yet. when it is I will take more pics
I would love to see a right up on this.
This is what Im talkin about.....
and now its all flat under there and going to the exaust shop.
looks good. where did u get ur sye kit? im gonna be swappin in a 241 and sye. where did u get ur new rear shaft?
I got the SYE from ORD and I had custom shafts made here in town at a buddies shop.
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