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I am in the process of building a 2x5 rectangular frame for my Project Blazer. Anyway, I want to make the framerails a little closer than stock but run into the problem of the t-case not fitting between the rails when it's clocked up. Then a buddy mentioned setting the entire drivetrain in off centered by a couple of inches. Anyone have any opinion on this? Just wondering if there is something I may be overlooking and not thinking of. It would probably be about 2-4 inches to the drives side if I do it.

Any help or advice would be really helpfull.:D
 

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I've seen the shit that goes on with the moonbuggies and a lot of the other comp bubbies and it just amazes me.

I do run a CV shaft from HAD, but didn't think of the side to side angle of the u-joint. I don't plan on running this on the street for long periods but it may run on the street for short distances. I don't plan on moving the diff over so that may be a problem.

Another problem that was brought up was the weight distribution. With my fat ass on the drivers side and the engine pushed over to the drivers side, would that royally fuck me up?
 

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Well I just mocked up the t-case between the framerails and it will only be about 1.75" off centered. SO that is not much at all. I thought it was going to be more than that.:shaking:
 
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