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Old March 7th, 2010, 08:46 PM   #1
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Default rear cv driveshaft for cj

looking for a rear cv drive shaft i can throw in my jeep cj. just threw a new driveline in and I'm above the 15 degrees max angle. don't care about length, that can be changed, just don't want to change the yolks on my axle and T case. thanks
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Old March 7th, 2010, 09:30 PM   #2
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It would still help if you gave us more info: CJ 5 or CJ 7, trans, how much lift? A running length would do.
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well like i said i will bring it to a shop to get it fit to length but I'm looking for something in the 20 inch range. going on a cj7 with amc 360/TH400/D300
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I have one for $50, can get you measurements tonight.
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sounds great. do you know if it will work in a CJ? or do you need me to measure the bearing caps?
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also, what shape are the joints in?
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I have 2 rear factory slip joint driveshafts and one dc shaft that all use factory ujoints
you may have to change a yolk on the t-case to get the dc shaft to work.

I would not run the old joints and they are cheap for the driveshaft shop to replace them.
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what is a dc shaft? as for the slip yolks, could the yolk at the end be removed? maybe some pictures would help. thanks
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double cardigan (sp?) The transfer case yolk needs to take bolts from the t case side since the DC is threaded.

Still working on pics
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DC shaft 29 3/4 compressed 32 1/2 extended $50


rear factory slip shaft $40 each
#1 16 1/8 compressed 18 3/4 extended
#2 25 compressed 27 1/2 extended


front factory slip shaft $40
26 1/2 compressed 29 extended
No overall pic but it has the thinner diameter shaft
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