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10-16-2019 07:59 PM
Boogs1970 I moved my pinion up now my caster is way off, put some adjustable ball joints to help with the issue but it's still a little squirrely on the pavement. looks like next big project will be cutting the Cs off and clocking them.
10-16-2019 07:49 PM
Boogs1970 Yeah, I already adjust my pinion angle which then I had to cut my coil spring perches and line them back up with the coils. I'm going to clearance the cardan and see if that helps. Thanks
10-11-2019 07:00 PM
Craig6.9diesel
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Originally Posted by Boogs1970 View Post
My tcase is up little higher then stock, its an atlas t case so i cant bring it down much or it hits the transmission cross member. same joint setup that your running.


You could clearance the cardan joint with a die grinder. Or you could adjust your pinion angle.
10-10-2019 05:25 AM
Boogs1970 My tcase is up little higher then stock, its an atlas t case so i cant bring it down much or it hits the transmission cross member. same joint setup that your running.
10-06-2019 05:47 PM
Craig6.9diesel
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Originally Posted by Boogs1970 View Post
yes it's a high pinion. I'm running an atlas 2 .


What kind of joints are you running? Iíve got a double cardan at the Tcase, single at the axle. 1350s at all places. Also I didnít clock my Tcase up.
10-05-2019 09:38 AM
Boogs1970 yes it's a high pinion. I'm running an atlas 2 .
10-04-2019 05:52 PM
Craig6.9diesel
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Originally Posted by waterhorse View Post
Did the driveshaft cause you to stop? Did it vibrate?


I bent it about 30 minutes into wheeling on Friday.... I took it easy the rest of Friday. Saturday my buddy that I do stupid stuff with showed up and taking it easy didnít last long. Then Sunday I beat on the Jeep pretty hard. I couldnít feel a vibrations on the dirt but after unloading it at home I felt it on the road for sure. It held up, the driveshaft guy was surprised it didnít get any worse.
10-04-2019 10:37 AM
waterhorse Did the driveshaft cause you to stop? Did it vibrate?
10-04-2019 09:35 AM
waterhorse Did the driveshaft cause you to stop? Did it vibrate?
10-04-2019 08:48 AM
Craig6.9diesel
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Originally Posted by Boogs1970 View Post
I got my rig pretty much finished up ready to wheel., do have a little issue with the front drive shaft binding at full droop. are you using the 1350 u joints on your front drive shaft?


Yes, is your front a high pinion?
10-04-2019 05:29 AM
Boogs1970 I got my rig pretty much finished up ready to wheel., do have a little issue with the front drive shaft binding at full droop. are you using the 1350 u joints on your front drive shaft?
09-27-2019 07:37 PM
Craig6.9diesel My Jeep wheeled awesome this past weekend. I did taco my driveshaft pretty good though.
The local shop that built it only charged $100 bill to retune it though.
09-13-2019 05:22 AM
Boogs1970 Nice, I finally got mine together now i'm just finding out what needs to be tweaked.
Looks like i'm gonna need to rotate my front Cs my caster is way off.
09-12-2019 10:59 PM
Craig6.9diesel I rebuilt the bump stops and made a cross brace to connect the upper spring mounts together. Should help.

09-04-2019 09:05 AM
Craig6.9diesel
01 XJ Classic on Super Duty axles

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Originally Posted by H8DWINGS View Post
I must follow you on the instant social media application. Some guy on there had an identical problem this weekend and I think the same photo. I was kind of wondering where I learned about this random online person.


Yep that was me, it was on my Yukon. Itís my daily/tow pig. Itís all fixed now.
09-03-2019 09:34 AM
H8DWINGS I must follow you on the instant social media application. Some guy on there had an identical problem this weekend and I think the same photo. I was kind of wondering where I learned about this random online person.
08-31-2019 09:14 PM
Craig6.9diesel Broke a valve spring in the Yukon...
08-23-2019 07:46 PM
Craig6.9diesel
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Originally Posted by Boogs1970 View Post
so you ended up using the astro van steering gear from red neck with no drop pitman arm? I have the same issue with everything needed to be pushed forward,


With the angle of the box, Iím using a straight pitman arm from an Astro:
08-22-2019 07:28 PM
Boogs1970 so you ended up using the astro van steering gear from red neck with no drop pitman arm? I have the same issue with everything needed to be pushed forward,
08-13-2019 11:45 AM
Craig6.9diesel
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Originally Posted by Boogs1970 View Post
that's good to hear, what are you planning to change up front?


Iím not 100% sure yet. Probably tear it apart and shoot from the hip. Thatís pretty much how I do most my fabricating. Lol
08-13-2019 05:32 AM
Boogs1970 that's good to hear, what are you planning to change up front?
08-13-2019 12:26 AM
Craig6.9diesel
01 XJ Classic on Super Duty axles

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Originally Posted by Boogs1970 View Post
how does that three link hold up? that's how my set up is but really haven't tested it


I have had zero issues with the front suspension besides bump stops. Iím going to have to change the design a bit.
08-12-2019 09:12 PM
Boogs1970 how does that three link hold up? that's how my set up is but really haven't tested it
08-07-2019 08:01 AM
Craig6.9diesel
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Originally Posted by thetastelingers View Post
Your rear view mirror looks sad


Dude! I know!
08-06-2019 01:37 PM
thetastelingers Your rear view mirror looks sad
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