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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-13-2002, 08:04 AM Thread Starter
 
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TT Extended Yokes

Opinions?
I plan to get the YJ kits from them very soon and wanna dump my spacers, these seem like a nice alternative to buying $400 shafts.
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Re: TT Extended Yokes

Well the extended yokes work okay, the best way to go is CV.
I broke stock rears like crazy for awhile there, once I went to
a Toy CV no more problems. But to ansewer your question yes they work fine.
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Re: TT Extended Yokes

How is TT on shipping time? Do they get the orders out fast? I live on the east coast and I hate to wait forever for my parts to get here.
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Re: TT Extended Yokes

Brent @ trail tough is one of the 2 vendors I recommend.
the other is NCO. I have had nothing but good luck with both.
He will ship ground UPS unless you tell him otherwise but as long as you are willing to pay the faster shipping cost he will send it out that way.

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Oh yea I forgot about the front crossmember! I cut mine and
hooped it last year so I don't have problems anymore...
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Re: TT Extended Yokes

It will be fine in the rear other than the occasional broken u-joint, but upfront with those YJ springs your driveshaft will probably hit the crossmember when the axle droops.
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Re: TT Extended Yokes

I did this brents own recomendations for my setup were (2) 1 inch spacers front and a 1 inch slip yoke for the front but my kit is different from his so check with him he knows his stuff and shipping is grest I live about 200 miles from him and I usually get my stuff next day and the slip yokes not only peform well they look awesome and are alot cheaper than drivelines
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Re: TT Extended Yokes

as far as shipping I also live on the east coast (near boston) and have bought from TT before with great success, got everything when I was supposed to, and the right parts with all the right accessorioes, the first time, Brent has been great even helped my out when I have questions doing my EFI swap.

szk whatchoo running for suspension?
I run Breeze 4.5" spoa, and am converting to YJ springs from stock ones.
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Brent is great about letting you know when the product will be shipped.
He has helped me out of a bind (need the part's the next day) a number of times.
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Re: TT Extended Yokes

I recommend custom shafts, I run a Toy CV rear and a Trail Tough birfeild front shaft w/ 2" extened slip yoke and a 1 3/4" spacer. I am running 1.5" lifted YJ springs and this set up works for me(so far anyway). Not to mention, Brent is the man!!!
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Re: TT Extended Yokes

ditto on Brent/ Trail Tough being tops in service. 99% of what I run came front Brent and I have 0 complaints. Brent is also good about helping pick what you need to make things work. I.E. On one occasion i called to order an aftermarket product and he advised to stay with the stock stuff for better reliability. Lost that sale but gained a loyal customer. I dont run the YJ kit, but do run the extended yokes...aint had any trouble yet.
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