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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-01-2001, 12:22 AM
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does this look familiar anyone?

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yota or sami?



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Tha damage looks way to familiar, but the parts are kinda puny. Some kinda flange mounted, T case, yoke. Maybe a Sami,or other foriegn unit. Looks a little like the 8.8 pinion shaft set up, but way tiny.

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After taking another look at it. It looks like the output of an NP231, with a slip yoke eliminator, and flange mounted yoke.

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What's your point, drive line salesman?
... as if we didn't have to ask ...

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just wondering if anyone is having these problems - 231 short shaft cheepo kit and a 1/2 c/v broken off in the usual place - the design of this kit bothers me- anyone else? just curious - not just sales man- interaction is that a bad thing? thoughts?

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I wonder why in the el cheapo kit they do that?

wound tit be easier to machine the splines on the shaft to match an existed pre enginnered yoke, than to machine a round flange and tehn bolt a yoke to it?

what are the splines behind the round flange?
would a np208 yoke slip on?



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post #8 of (permalink) Old 07-01-2001, 01:33 PM
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oh i see-
they drilled and tapped a hole in the end of the stock tailshaft? i pulled my tailshaft and replaced with one that fits a yoke for the CV shaft. haven't had any probs with mine yet and have been a few thousand miles both on and off road. got it all from tom woods although the SYE was via advance adapter but the shaft was tom's. i was always real hesitant about the design of the SYE that you show here.

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it also looks like there is still some of the output cone behind the flange.. i thought most SYE kits get rid of the rear cone entirely...

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this is nice to hear everyone's idea's here- and also how things are holding up- My Name Is Jesse Jaynes - nice to meet you all - i want to make your 4x4 adventures as realaible as possible - so in order to do so i need input - how things are preceived in the jeepers world - i can tell you this my perception is this -(personal not buisiness) when you buy a jeep your constantly upgrading and upgrading- i say this to all vendors that sell up grade parts for anything 4x4 - please take the time and try your own product you sell- you may not sell it anymore -The spline behind the kit is 26 ( turbo 350 same) and the slip yoke stlye oem is in my opion better than the broken off piece you saw in my post- the part in question is a 1310 c/v flange it has a big tendancy to seperate where the u joint goes in- very disturbing to me to see this - I am in no way knocking tom woods or other here- Tom does a great job on his drivelines and customer service is excellent - polite on the phone to me when i called a while back- the man has earned his trust-! I want any more input on what you all think if you so see fit- to these question if poss- #1 rubicon express has a kit around 99.00 uses the stock output shaft and redrilles it - # 2 tom woods makes his output shaft (oem) drilled for ease of install and provides a flange style bolt up 1/2 ton $ i beleive 575.00 $ complete with driveline or so- # 3 short shaft kit heavy duty 32 spline ( atlas and 205 style output) pricing around 289.00 $ or so- sources - tom woods - bayougeep- advanced adapters - and various other companys- Then there is the driveline (early style c/v ) not flanged 1/2 ton mainly tested over time - around 250+ up this kit requires 2 hours of labor to take your case out and disasemble then reassemble - what if any input does everyone have with these SHORT SHAFT 231 KITS? i would like to see people get there fullest money's worth when upgrading - Thanks for your time ,JESS

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