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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-30-2001, 08:55 AM Thread Starter
 
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I NEED, Extended Slip Yokes

Does anyone know any body who has a 2 inch Extended Slip Yoke for sale used. I went spring over and when we reattached my front axle we moved it about an inch foreward. Has anyone heard anything about them in general is this a good fix for my front/rear axle/s?


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Re: I NEED, Extended Slip Yokes

Sorry can't help on the used slip yoke. But I call tell you to be carefull using the two inch extended yokes. With just a SPOA you should only need a one inch extended yokes. This is because when the axle on the Passager side moves up the drivelinc compresses and slides with in it self. If it has nowhere to go it will push it self in to the T-case. I think the stock spline shaft is 3 inches and with the boot off you should see an inch of spline. With a SPOA you should see about two inches. That means there is only an inch holding it together. I sugestion is to get it so it is back to looking like stock. .02

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Re: I NEED, Extended Slip Yokes

OK, well then how about a one inch up front and what in the back, nothing?

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Re: I NEED, Extended Slip Yokes

Brent at Trail Tough http://www.trailtough.com/. He sells them for $65 each plus your core. I don't think you would need a 2" slip yoke. Most that I have ever seen needed for a SPOA lift is a 1".

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