:thumb:Just an FYI, they do make conversion joints that are 1310 on two sides and 1350 on the others. I've been running them in my tj with no issues.
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Nice! I'll snag that off my D50 if I end up going that route. I'd hate to risk grenading a D300 output but maybe it makes sense to swap that to the output, run a 1350 rear shaft, and then upgrade the output in the future.Another fyi, stock superduty front dana 50 yoke will fit the stock dana 300 output shafts and have 1350.
I'm not sure what you're getting at. You said you were going to run the stock rear output, so I suggested you use 1310 cv (xj front driveshaft) instead. At least when you break something, it's the driveshaft instead of the output. That's all I'm saying.You think the upgraded 300 output(s) aren't worth it?
What transfer case were you running?Years ago after messing around with 1310cv and breaking them, and moving to combo joints and busting them, and after getting made fun of by the misfits I followed their advice and built 1410 non-cv shafts.
They have held up so much better. The angles aren't an issue. Easier to sleeve the rear shaft to make it heavy wall and a battering ram.