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already tried the search, didnt work. anyhow what angles are you running your cv d shafts at. i have a 1350 and jesse says 32 is max angle, 20 is were yah wanna be at sitting static and is ok up to 25. im at 27 now and i will get it down to 25 at least, by unfortunately dropping my skid, no biggie its a flat skid. but i was just wondering what angles you all run yours at and what probs you have had
 

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I'm not sure on my angle, but it sure sounds like you need to rotate your goddamn axles or go for the 80degree shaft(s). Or maybe less lift, more sawzall...

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its the flat skid plate doing it. the rear pads arent welded on yet i was waiting till i got the d shafts on so i could get the best angles. i will drop the skid
 

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jason remeber that if you drop your t-case and then check tube slope it will be less than your tube slope because you have to subtract the angle down on your t-case now- yours was level to begin with- so really if you drop your case say 2 degree's sloping back than measure say 25 degree's on the tube slope then subtract the 2 degree's and your at 23 running - also you might have to take your diff angle and change it along with your t- case drop- hopefully to end up with about 2-3 degree's working - hope this helps- Jess

[ 10-18-2001: Message edited by: onetoncv ]
 

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yah im hoping like i said i dont have the pads welded on the rear yet so thats easy as is dropping the case. i was just getting greedy trying to get away with the flat skid.
and like yah said once i drop it it should also gain a few degrees from the t case pointing down in the rear
 
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