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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-04-2002, 11:01 AM
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Anyone have pic of front diff angle with YJs

Im wondering if i need to shim or redo my front diff but have read to leave it completely stock. It just looks like its to steep at the t-case but its fine at the diff.. Im confused [img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img]
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Re: Anyone have pic of front diff angle with YJs

If you don't leave it stock, you foul up your camber in the front end.....that makes for some scary handling!!
I had to go to a peice of farm implement PTO shaft welded to my d-shaft ends for the length.....I haven't had any problems with the d-shaft binding, or breaking u-joints yet(but it hasn't been together very long!) I did have to notch the trans crossmember though....the d-shaft needed to go 2 inches into it!!!
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Re: Anyone have pic of front diff angle with YJs

Hey SMitty thanks i thought i heard someone say that. Is your driveshaft angled pretty good at the t-case? I think im gonan need to drop the t-case but that seems weird since i havent heard of anyone else having to do it.Were goin out to play today but im gonna keep it at low speeds... the last 2 times i broke was hillclimbing and trying to get up some waterfalls with it floored. I realy wana get it right so i dare take it out and hammer some more
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