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Old 01-11-2009, 01:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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hi
the rear prop on my 413 has an extremely steep angle as it has been lifted and this has cause both the uj to snap and the rear diff to break, does anyone have this problem or know how to sort it?
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Old 01-11-2009, 07:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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DEJAVU!
Who would believe two threads (almost next to each other) asking about the same kind of thing?

Here is a little of what I wrote over there in case they get seperated...
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The suggestion from the vendors about a CV (or double cardon joint) style driveshaft is the easy way to make it work. It is not the least expensive, but is also the best to keep parts from breaking.

When going to an aftermarket double cardon joint shaft, you only have to point the pinion up at the output flange on the transfer case. Then the only angle is there, at the transfer case. You will still have to change the angle of your pinion, but in a good way, not adding to the problem. The double cardon joint puts two joints at that point and they will automatically be equal.
CV Driveshaft

Another good place to learn about driveshaft angles is at Tom Woods site.
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