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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-12-2004, 10:12 AM
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Need info on Yoke for D20 tcase/CV driveshaft

Hey all,

I currently have a d20 tcase behind my th400. I am planning on putting a jeep cherokee front driveshaft in the rear of the jeep. Does anybody know what yoke I will need to do this? Any help would be great. Thanks.
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Re: Need info on Yoke for D20 tcase/CV driveshaft

Nope, but when you figure it out...let us know! I also would run a CV shaft just to get a flange at the TC for a parking brake....*IF* a suitable yoke can be found. Seems like some of the older waggy's came with CV shafts??? I'm thinking the front??? Can't remember the TC...probably off an oddwad TC and not a D20 though.
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Re: Need info on Yoke for D20 tcase/CV driveshaft

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I also would run a CV shaft just to get a flange at the TC for a parking brake...

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The ones the waggy's used are the same style as the quadratrac front. They are a spicer style, not a saginaw flange style.

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Re: Need info on Yoke for D20 tcase/CV driveshaft

I got mine of of a J10 Dana 20. It was the front Yoke. Check the spline count to make sure it will work with yours.
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