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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-11-2011, 10:44 PM Thread Starter
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Red face jeep comanche Q's?

been working on a 88 jeep comanche and my driveline is to short the yoke is out a little more than two inches and in the long run i want to put a sye (slip yoke eliminator) but short on money just had sugery 2 months ago and short on money so i need to find a driveline that is 45-46 inches from ear to ear prefurebly a solid driveline not two piece but still open if two peace goes up to the lenghth i need it can only be 50/50 out of shaft i would weld it to make solid but prefur solid but thanks for the help need to get my weekend warrior back so i can drive to work thanks.
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welcome. you will likely get better answers in one of the jeep specific forums. we could use a few more details. why do you think that you need a longer shaft? is it spitting out? vibrating? as you drive, the length of your driveshaft changes you will need some slip in both directions to allow for axle movement. I promise, you do not want to weld it solid.
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welding solid two peace

i was going to weld a two piece driveline solid because i would still have the slip yoke. to make it the same as my stock solid drive line the problem is that i can wigle the drive line and i dont want to chance it coming out the back of my transfer case and if i can move it by hand i can guess what it will feel like going down the road. thanks
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