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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-06-2005, 07:08 PM Thread Starter
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TT YJ Install. Front Driveshaft Q

I am in the finishing stages of my TT Yj spring swap install. I also swapped in some Toy mini-truck axles.

My Question is,,, On the front Drive shaft coming off of the T-Case what setup should I use. With the way I have it setup I need a shaft that is 2" longer than stock. I tried mocking up the with a stock Drive shaft and spacers. When I used a 1" spacer at the T-Case and streched the shaft to the diff, the yoke on the top binds up (too much angle). I was thinking of getting a 2" extended yoke, but will that clear the T case mount? (Using stock t-case mounts, just beefed them up a lot), or should I go with a 1" and grind on the yoke to make it fit and keep a 1" spacer on the t-case to help clear the crossmember,,, or are there other ideas, (not wanting to spend more money on it for a new t-case bucket, I have already broke the bank on the mods for this year). Any thoughts or Ideas??? Thanks
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Re: TT YJ Install. Front Driveshaft Q

You could simply modify the existing x-member or replace it with the one that Rockrat sells. Clearance the d-shaft yokes and buy (build) and extended slipyoke.
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