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Coming down the home stretch on my Toy swap last night, roll the truck forward and the front driveline u-joints bind. What drivelines are you Toy guys running in the front. What about you Phatty aren't you running a cut down sammy driveline? That is what we tried first.
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i moved my front end 6" or 7" forward which helped. i also tilted the front of my tcase downwards. then i cut off the toyota perches and rolled the pinion up. my driveshaft uses the toy flange at the tcase and a 1310 at the axle. just barely clears at the tcase. and those toy joints an got to 41*. it was a pain in my ass to get the driveshaft out of bind. good luck <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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Tilting down the t-case, <IMG SRC="smilies/eek.gif" border="0"> does that negatively effect the rear? Do either of you guys have to run a big dollar high angle driveline? My bud suggested running a high pinion FJ diff, I will bet those are pricey.
 

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the rear output is lower than front output on the tcase. i barely tilted the front down and had no problems with the rear whatsoever. i had it up to 60mph no vibes from the rear. course my shafts are both over 30" long. <IMG SRC="smilies/wink.gif" border="0"> and my rearend is offeset. your results may vary.
 
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