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blay127 said:
#2 constantly changing angles of the shafts:confused:
No, on the drive SHAFTS, at the T Case. I don't really think there is a good answer for this.

Thanks for the info 'Dad, I will start looking around for these elusive air discs. I'd like to see them
 

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#1 as liliysdad said, yes.. air disks do exist, but are rare.

#2 kind of a good question, & I never really thought about it. on a permanant mount, it makes sense they could work out the angles & just run joints. Maybe there's a clearance issue that makes it easier to point the diff at a CV, or maybe it's just to ensure that there's not problems in the future. Maybe it's just habit from years of running CVs with solid axles. Who knows.
 

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Some of the pusher motorhomes I work on have air disk front and rear. Also they mostly run a 22.5" wheel:eek:
With 40s the diffs would damn near drag. :flipoff2:
 

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Are we talking about double cardan CVs or the "birfield" kind used commonly on FWD axles??

If it´s the latter, then how do they keep the grease boot from grenading as a result of the high rotational speeds of the driveshaft??:confused:

I´ve seen a lot of guys try to use these type of CVs, but with no success...........
 
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