Hey guys with lift kits. Ya know, there was an old racer who got traction on dirt and asphalt tracks by taking his Ford rear end and flipping it upside down so as to get the bite on the outside of the car on the passenger side - before affordable posi. In so doing he also ended up with a reduced drive shaft angle as the pumpkin was upside down. Did not make a difference with the oil in the carrier as it was enough under running conditions to make it a non issue. Sooooooooooooooooooooooooo. wanna make a little difference in the angle of your drive shaft? Flip the rear end. Sure, you will have to reroute the brake lines and diddle with the parking brake, but you will be doing that anyway. Hmmmmm. Hey EB, whadaya think??
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