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? 4 those using the \'Yota CV D-Shaft

I just got my Toyota CV D-Shaft and I was wondering what the best way to mount it is.
Do you mount the CV joint next to the T-case, or the Diff? [img]images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
Also, I have the small flanges on my sami, and I'm using a 1" D-Shaft spacer on the diff end. What's the best way to mount this thing? Can I just drill new holes in the flange mounts, or should I drill the spacer, and what about the T-case end? [img]images/graemlins/confused.gif[/img]
Sorry so many questions, but I really want to get this thing mounted up quick..I'm tired of chewing up U-joints! [img]images/graemlins/cussing.gif[/img]
Thanks for your help everyone..... [img]images/graemlins/RockOn.gif[/img]
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Re: ? 4 those using the \'Yota CV D-Shaft

CV goes to the Xfer end of the assembly. Get RockRat's adaptors for the patterns to match as the easiest
way to mount it. Throw the adators on Ebay and sell them, or sell them here.

Don't forget the pinion has to be pointed up at the CV joint.
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Keep your CV clean, mud and sand love to get in there and chew things up [img]images/graemlins/thud.gif[/img]
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Re: ? 4 those using the \'Yota CV D-Shaft

Thanks for the info everyone. [img]images/graemlins/40BEER.gif[/img]
My pinion angle is already set perfect...that's why I got the 'Yota D-shaft. Tired of chewing up U-joints. [img]images/graemlins/cussing.gif[/img]
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i did the deal using t-case large flanges and drilling them but would had bought rats adapters had i knwo they were avalible.. A note of worth. The regular yota driveshafts are a exact match to the smaurai large flanges.... coooky but handy
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Does RockRat have a web site?
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Rockrat's site:

http://www.4play4wheelers.com/
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i did the deal using t-case large flanges and drilling them but would had bought rats adapters had i knwo they were avalible.. A note of worth. The regular yota driveshafts are a exact match to the smaurai large flanges.... coooky but handy



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You are 1/2 correct the 84-85 pinion side of the toy shaft is the same exact pattern as the large size zuk flange 79-83 toy is a rectangle pattern and the dc side of the yota flanges are all rectanguler. and larger pattern
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the link to the adapters is in my sig you cant get there from my club site
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Re: ? 4 those using the \'Yota CV D-Shaft

Is the pilot the same size between the early Yota and late Suzuki? I got a 94 Yota and had to machine the Suzuki yoke pilot hole and re-drill the CV end.
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