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Yota Axle pinion angle w/Yj\'s????

Hey guy's long time, no post's.. anywho, i was wonder what you yota axle guys are setting you pinion angles at? I would like to get it all set up before i slap it under the sammy. Oh yeah, this is with YJ springs too .... Thanks
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Re: Yota Axle pinion angle w/Yj\'s????

<font color="green"> I've got the TT Yj missing link f/r system and I believe that my driveshaft sits at 13* or somewhere around that? But, I'm running a Dana 300 and the measurements might be off a little bit if your running the stock t-case I'll have to take my angle finder to it and see what shes at? Take a look at this pic (above in attachments) before I put the driveshaft on... it kinda shows the angle? </font color>
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Re: Yota Axle pinion angle w/Yj\'s????

I put my YJ springs in, put my stock axle back in &amp; wheeled it for a few months while I was rebuilding the Yota axles, dropped out the stock rear axle &amp; bolted in the Yota axles with the spring mounts NOT WELDED YET, snugged down the u-bolts with the axle centered, used a double cardon/c.v. drive shaft so I pointed the center of the yota axle flange toward where the center of the t-case flange. Tack welded the spring mounts, dropped the axle back out &amp; finsished welding up the spring mounts in good shape.
I have some pretty good driveline vibration though just so you are aware.
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