So i have it backwords ? Heavy loads pull the shaft out ? I thought it pushes the shaft in, and a lift pulls the shaft out ?
What happens with 800 pounds when you hit a bump on the road. The Jeep does swing up and down quiet a bit from that, i watch it through the rear mirror Its kinda funny to watch. I know i can shorten the driven shaft, but cutting it on the yoke end i dunno would that cause the shaft to be unbalenced? I would think cutting the shaft the real way and then have it balenced would be better. You know i saw a guy who cut the yoke end of the transfercase, i wonderd how that actually helps because wouldnt the drive shaft yoke still be too long ? Gah so confusing.
Thanks for the vote of confidence, not having to cut anything saves me $80, just worried that i should, i read a story once where a guy didnt do it and it bashed his TC and caused all kinds of vibration problems after that
Well hopefully the guy on this forum comes through for me, and sells me his 242, he lives 30m away and wanted $250 for it with the drive shaft, bezel and linkage. I offerd him $200 because i dont need the drive shaft and im cash short.. I have to pay a shop $200 to swap it for me because im not too confident in myself yet to do it myself lol. I should probably do it myself tho because the $200 i can spend on a Jack and stands and tools that i can re-use down the road..