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Old 04-04-2006, 08:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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14 bolt in a yj??

I just picked up a mid 80s 14bolt FF for the rear of my 95 yj. I need to know what kinda options i have in order to match up the driveline to the pinion. I have a SYE from rubicon express with a cv style driveslinethat bolted right up to my stock D35. And yes, money is a factor so buying some tricked out driveline is out of the question. Any help would be appreciated.
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Matching up the u joints is a small easy fix. Just find a local driveshaft shop, they are usually very well priced. They should be able to help you out
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All you need to do is take your driveshaft to a driveline place and have them match it up to your 14 bolt wich is I believe a 1350 u-joint.Not too expensive.Under $100 most places.
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All you need to do is take your driveshaft to a driveline place and have them match it up to your 14 bolt wich is I believe a 1350 u-joint.Not too expensive.Under $100 most places.
X2, when looked into this it was around $85
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