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hello again got the steering under control the steering box itself was all junk the gears in it had no teeth left they were all shred up. sometimes it caught and sometimes it didnt.new manual steering box was only 20 bucks from the local junk yard i pulled it myself i was luckey to find a manual steering box there. anyways onto my next problem,..my front drive shaft is a a very steep angle the transmission is droped already and there is shims under the leafsprings to correct the problem but the angle is still very steep anyone know any fixes to this? thanks alot

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Re: driveline angles help thanks

Pull apart the driveshaft's CV part (double cardan joint) and hog out the insides. It'll allow the joint to bend more. You'll see what I mean when you tear it apart.
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why tear it apart when he can grind all the tabs that limit travel with it put together. My shaft was at so bad an angle it would not turn at all on level ground. I ground down the tabs with a grinder and used a dremmel with a small grinding bit to get the harder to reach stuff.
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