Has anyone purposely offset the rear differential? Namely you were retubing anyway or something and set the axle off to one side or the other. The idea is closer to the tire less worry of ground clearance as an issue. The pumpkin in standard form is really right at the worst spot compared to tire location for ground clearance. I think anyway. I don't see any big issue with a few degrees of sideways angle on the driveshaft(as long as you try and keep all angles at optimum). I know there is the one guy on Pirate that runs front 60s on the front and back with a centered drivetrain. He has a side angled driveshaft with no issues. Jesse chimed in saying there was nothing wrong with it.