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hey guys just did the chevy springs and dual cases. i heard i need a cv in my drivshaft for the rear. this will be driven to the trail and to the market.

do i need a cv? and if so will an ifs unmodified cv work ok?
 

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Depends, is it binding on full droop?

IFS CV will work as long as you modify it. Easy to do with simple hand tools and a couple OZ's of meth!!!!

If you put a CV on you will have to reset your pinion angle also.
 

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Grr... tuesdays...

Knowing nothing about your truck except that it has duals and chevy springs, I can 100% positively say it needs a CV joint.. LOL..


I have duals and chevies in my 83, even moved the axle forward 4", I have a 48" rear d-shaft, no CV.
 

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83 pickup, Duals, chevys with an add a leaf, axle in stock location, needed a cv shaft to help with gear chatter in the cases
 

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Grr... tuesdays...

Knowing nothing about your truck except that it has duals and chevy springs, I can 100% positively say it needs a CV joint.. LOL..


I have duals and chevies in my 83, even moved the axle forward 4", I have a 48" rear d-shaft, no CV.
sorry thought my truck was in the sig guess its not.

85 4runner
marlin 10 degree adapter

stock rear driveline measures 39 3/4" from flange to flange.

3-4" lift on chevy spring with 6 inch shackles
also stock pinion angle.

now any ideas?
 
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