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Wagoneer CV Shaft in a CJ?

Hey guys, I was wondering if anyone has put a Wagoneer CV drive shaft in a cj before? I am going to be using a TH400/D20 in my CJ soon and will want a CV shaft.

Does anyone know what year I need? or any other info? Thanks. Or if there are any other CV shafts out there for me. Cutting them down to size isn't a problem.

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Re: Wagoneer CV Shaft in a CJ?

well.. if that dana 20 has the cv yoke on it.. since they bolt up alittle different from normal shafts.. and you cut it to length.. i dont see why not.. but also keep in mind the thickness of the driveshaft.. and clearence problems.. test fit it up in there.. everyones application is alittle bit different.. but you should be able to..

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Re: Wagoneer CV Shaft in a CJ?

the one i had from jeepgods 78 waggie was the perfect length, but i couldn't find a cheap cv type yolk for my dana 300. since it doesn't have enough slip for me anyway, I'll deal with it when i call tom woods..

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Re: Wagoneer CV Shaft in a CJ?

Am I able to purchase a dana20 cv yoke? Thats the kind of info I am looking for also. Thanks. Does it matter what year wagoneer??? Also, I noticed that my local jeep guy has a bunch of CV driveshafts in a pile. Any reasons why one of those wouldn't fit as long as it bolts to the CV yoke?? Thanks again.

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Re: Wagoneer CV Shaft in a CJ?

Tom Woods told me that if I took the front yoke from a q-trac Wagoneer it would work on the rear of my Dana 20. I know that there are two different spline counts found on the output of Dana 20's and the one I have would work. I can't remember what the counts are though. He did say that most Dana 20's have the right spline count for this to work.

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Re: Wagoneer CV Shaft in a CJ?

I used a Cherokee front drive shaft on my 78CJ with a T18. The spline count on the dana 20 is either ten splines or 26. I have
the 10 spline shaft. The change over year is 79 (I think--don't quote me though!). If you have the 10 spline shaft the part number
you need is 2-4-4061x. This is the spicer number you might need.

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Re: Wagoneer CV Shaft in a CJ?

The front yoke on the later Q-trac is fine splined and will fit the Dana 300 perfectly! The earlier course splined yoke will fit the Dana 18 and 20s! Even the output seals are the same. The Q-trac equipt Jeeps aren't too hard to find in the wrecking yards. A new yoke costs around $60 at a driveline shop.

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