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sounds good, let us know how that install works out for you.

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post #92 of 335 Old 03-02-2008, 03:01 PM
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i have one question.
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A stock front driveshaft from a 91+ auto transmission and NP231 equipped XJ can be used with either style SYE.
why automatic? if mine is 5 speed, will it work? can i just use my front ds in place of my rear then get another one?

okay so 3 questions
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waiting for an answer i'm going to order as soon as i know for sure
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It probably won't work due to the fact that your manual transmission is shorter than the auto, and therefore the driveshaft will need to be longer. You can definitely get a front driveshaft though, and just get it lengthened. That'd be cheaper than a brand new custom built one.


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where can i get one lengthened and how much are we talkin?
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where can i get one lengthened and how much are we talkin?
start calling around at shops, specifically driveline shops. They will do it for your for not very much at all.

As a side note, does anybody know if a manual front shaft will work as a rear shaft for a manual as it is longer?

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As a side note, does anybody know if a manual front shaft will work as a rear shaft for a manual as it is longer?

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same thing i was wondering

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can i just use my front ds in place of my rear then get another one?
no one probly knows because barely anyone has a manual cherokee
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same thing i was wondering

no one probly knows because barely anyone has a manual cherokee
why not go to the JY and try it out. Then let us know

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Can someone please post a pic of the Spicer adapter with front XJ driveshaft being used with a RE hack n tap SYE!!!!

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So, looks like you have to take the front half of the CV off and swap them out. I already have that piece that must come with the RE shaft. Now I know what to do for a spare!!! That way I only need to carry 1 shaft and use it for either end in case of failure etc.

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Spicer part number 211229x or Precision part number 627. These are the parts needed for adapting, that allready come with my RE rear driveshaft. So, would these allready come with the center pivot ball/bearing race? If so, thats all I would need and not a rebuild kit right???

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wow thanks for all the info!

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GJ Kyle, man I wish I had this when I first started here. Hope this makes a sticky. Once again: THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!

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start calling around at shops, specifically driveline shops. They will do it for your for not very much at all.

As a side note, does anybody know if a manual front shaft will work as a rear shaft for a manual as it is longer?

-Kyle
Manual trans is shorter in length over all compared to the Auto. So the auto has a longer front shaft sinse the TC sits further back from the front axle. A manual trans front DS will be shorter sinse it sits closer to the front axle.

The manual trans takes a longer rear DS for the same reason.

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