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I can't get my front driveshaft to angle down far enough off the dana 20 transfer case to bolt the driveshaft my dana 44. I'm using a c-4 mated to the Dana20. from yoke to yoke it measures 23" I've grinded on the sides on the Dana 20 yoke and gained a little more angle, and I've went to a single u-joint over the two and gained even more angle. now the driveshaft will bolt up, but I'm afraid as the axle moves down even more under flex that the driveshaft will limit my down travel, and/break the shaft or yokes. any suggestions??

[ 10-01-2001: Message edited by: Gator911 ]
 

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reset you pinion angle.. so its correct for a cv shaft..
my rear driveshaft is 20" long.. coming out of a dana 20.. no problems with it.. angle wise anyways.. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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the angle is not serve, it's just the dana 20 yoke won't allow the u-joint to move all that much. The Dana 44 yoke allows the U-joint to move a lot more than the dana 20. I'm putting this in a Ford Ranger with EB axles and a C-4 Dana 20. I posted this here cause I know you jeeps guys use the dana 20 also and have a shorter wheel base than I do. How much lift do you have on your jeep?? I can only to 2 more degrees with my front axles cause of the C-bushings.
 
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