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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-13-2002, 10:45 AM Thread Starter
 
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driveshafts?

looking for opinions on `shafts,dc,long travel,etc. also venders,tom woods,high angle,etc. I just swaped in cj`s & I`ve got a little to much lift(5.5" breeze perches}. Thanks in advance [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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Re: driveshafts?

I am running TT driveshafts.
Right at 3 years so far.
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Rocky Road KAD shafts. These things are BEEFY. You'll break everything else before you break these.
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ya im runnin the kad drivshafts and those things are awsome. very heavy duty.
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You could save yourself some money and put a 80-83 front toyota double cardon shaft on the rear. but it would take a lil re-drilling of the flanges, and the larger style flanges. Always good to save [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Is it difficult to change the flanges? [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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Re: driveshafts?

yes and no
yes if all you have is a socket set and a breaker bar.
No if you have a impact gun...

Yes if your flat blade screw driver breaks off in the flange where they have bent it in to keep it from comming off
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lets put it this way, it was a MASSIVE pain in the butt with a breaker bar and trying to leaverage the t-case..
took me 2-3 hours to get one off... and the other one the screw driver bit broke off in the flange...

ok, so I went over to my friends house and he pulls out his Huge impact gun, and 5 minutes all 4 flanges were off...
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So thier splined, cool. I have an impact so no prob. Now where to find a set of front & rear & the nuts? [img]images/graemlins/tongue.gif[/img]
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I don't think the yota DC will have enough flex for your setup. Are you still SPOA w/missing links?
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Re: driveshafts?

I don't know why alot of people have problems removing tcase flanges. I have removed many of them by using a big a$$ pipe wrench on the outside flange and a breaker bar. Then a 2 or 3 arm puller either will work. Has worked every time. Takes maybe ten minutes.
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