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Old February 7th, 2011, 06:21 PM   #1
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how do i put a cv joint on the front shaft of a 4407 tcase

I have a 97 ford f250 that i put a dana 60 front axel in. i have a 4407 tranfercase in it. I want to replace the driveshaft and put a one with a cv joint on it. the drive shaft has a slight bind and vibrates even when you have the case unlocked but the front axel locked. i was wondering what needed to be changed on the transfercase to make it work? I was told that you cant get a yoke for that application. Any and all advise would be awesome Thanks!
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I have a 97 ford f250 that i put a dana 60 front axel in. i have a 4407 tranfercase in it. I want to replace the driveshaft and put a one with a cv joint on it. the drive shaft has a slight bind and vibrates even when you have the case unlocked but the front axel locked. i was wondering what needed to be changed on the transfercase to make it work? I was told that you cant get a yoke for that application. Any and all advise would be awesome Thanks!
The yoke is no longer made.

If you can find a guy named Cary over at thedieselstop.com, he was having some made about 1.5 years ago....
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