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Slip Yoke to Fixed Yoke Shafts...

Someone had asked earlier about the possibility of going from a slip yoke driveshaft to a fixed yoke shaft. I mentioned that if I found the company I would pass it on...


Here it is -- "Mechanically Inclined Technicians" or M.I.T.

Here's a link I found, strangely enough, on Off-Road.Com! (shoulda looked there in the first place). http://www.off-road.com/jeep/cheroke...mit231kit.html

The address is
Mechanically Inclined Technicians (M.I.T.)
1112 Pioneer Way
El Cajon, CA 92020
(619)579-7727

I haven't a clue if these guys are in business still or what, but it's worth a try!

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