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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-20-2002, 03:56 PM Thread Starter
 
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Driveline spacers???

Which side of the D/S do you prefer to put the spacers on. Diff side or t case side, and why???
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Re: Driveline spacers???

T-case side, it helps clear the crossmembers.
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Re: Driveline spacers???

For the front shaft, it might help clear the front crossmember like the previous poster said. For the rear, I'd put it on the diff end. The reason being is that the bearing supposting the pinion is much bigger than the bearing supporting the output shaft in the t-case.
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Re: Driveline spacers???

If you put a thick spacer (1" or so) on the rear diff, wouldn't it increase the leverage on the pinion and possibly increase axle wrap??? Personally I like the Breeze ones.............two 1/2" spacers........one for each side of the rear shaft.
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