Quote: If I was you I would look into a slip yoke eliminator for your rig. That way you won't have to worry about a spacer.
that must be an adjustable length driveshaft arrangement? i will try and find info- have you experience w/this? must have to modify t/case output shaft to do this? i am vaugely looking for a later model transfer case to play with- seems the only way to change my gearing.
It is a t-case tail shaft conversion. The t-case out put yoke slides now, if you convert it then your yoke will stay in one place and the drive shaft slides. My jeep has been converted, I use a double cv drive shaft.
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