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i have a 1992 1500 chevy SAS d-60 Sterling 10.5 just wrapped up the complete swap. Still have the aluminum D/S The truck isn't huge i would say about 4 inches from stock lift 35" tires.

My D/S is to long, went over some real rough R/R tracks and I think I bottomed out the D/S.
My T/C (NP-241) is now leaking out the front and rear. A mechanic buddy just glanced and said your D/S is to long and he said I cracked the T/C.

Any of you guys ever seen this? was hoping i just blew out some seal....
 

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ive broke them from a drive shaft botteming out, fixed the driveshaft and broke one from not being supported, and broke another from suspension drop putting the driveline in a bind. i also watched my friend break his superduty case compleatly in half from driveline botteming out with the correct length driveshaft. he packed the front end too hard off a super steep short dune.
 

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Not from bottoming out, but from overextending and then having the free shaft thrash, wedge, blow the CV and crack the case in turn.

Probably should have checked that huh?
 
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