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OPP's we almost have the same setup on our trucks in the rear and our trucks are very similiar.(both are 3rd gen.)
I have a 91'Excab and just installed 5" rear Allpro springs. I need to get a driveshaft made and would like to delete the carrier bearing. I read some old posts using the search.

Do you still run a 1pc. shaft w/a CVin the rear?
if so,
What year CV did you use?

I'd like to use my front IFS cv(double cardan)in the rear w/ the 1 pc. shaft.

What amt. of slip do you have in your driveshafts for the front and rear?

Thanx any help is greatly appreciated!!

Thanx Tom
 

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I am still running a one piece D-shaft, well it is in the shop right now getting rebuilt, Mrs. OOP'S changed the looks of it at MCR this weekend. I have an 84 front CV at the top and I am getting a Spicer slip joint and yoke that will bolt to the Toyota Diff. Spicer U-Joints are so much easier to change.
 

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Does the 84 cv have better flex?

Whatz the damage for a spicer slip?
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Originally posted by justmyluck:
<STRONG>Does the 84 cv have better flex?

Whatz the damage for a spicer slip?
tom</STRONG>
Yes, better angle of the dangle <IMG SRC="smilies/eek.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/eek.gif" border="0">

Don't know yet, I think the whole thing is going to run 150-175. I will know tomorrow when I pick it up.
 
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