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Old 05-12-2016, 08:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Np231 SYE yoke

I have a 95 wrangler ,2.5 motor . When I got it the np231 already had a very old style Rubicon Express SYE hack n tap on it . The yoke is for a non-cv attachment . Now I need to put a cv shaft on it and can't find a yoke for it . I called RE and he said the style I have is about 20 years old and he can't reference the number of the yoke I need but said it was a spicer part .

I was just going to buy a new current design hack n tap kit from RE . But i read the instructions online and it says to cut the shaft at 1-1/4" of spline . Mine only has 1" of spline .

Anyone know how to look up the specs on the yokes that would be 27 spline 1310 yoke ? Or for guys that have installed the hack n tap , is there a margin for error and a 1" length of spline will work when it says to cut it 1-1/4"?

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Old 05-13-2016, 08:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Bump....

Anyone know off hand after installing a hack n tap if a shaft already cut to 1" of spline would work ok or would it sit the yoke to far into the seal?
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Screw it , ordered a AA SYE CV kit
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Old 05-13-2016, 07:27 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Sorry late to the party and I know you already ordered another SYE.
If you gave Tom Woods a call first he could have set you up. Give him a call and tell him what you have. I have the same set up and had no problems ordering a drive shaft from him. With a CV.
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Sorry late to the party and I know you already ordered another SYE.
If you gave Tom Woods a call first he could have set you up. Give him a call and tell him what you have. I have the same set up and had no problems ordering a drive shaft from him. With a CV.
Thanks for the reply! You have the super old style RE hack n tap ? Curious as to how the cv bolts onto it?
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Guy I bought the transfer case from claimed it was a Advance Adapter SYE.
Pretty sure it is a hack and tap. LOL
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It is probably the same flange as your non CV driveshaft.
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