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Unread 04-03-2014, 11:26 AM   #16
ejschultz
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FWIW, my 97 V8 came with a front u-joint style driveshaft from the factory. Don't dismiss any "2nd gen" ZJs in junk yards just because you think they won't be right. Take a look. One of them just might have what you're looking for.

And Polka, that's exactly what I did when my front pinion seal started leaking. I counted the number of threads after the nut before I took it all apart then counted again after while I was tightening. I marked on the pinion where to count from and got about an extra thread out of it. That was 2 years and 15k miles ago. It's still going good. I also bought a new yoke in fear of mine being scored and damaging a new seal.

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Unread 04-03-2014, 02:29 PM   #17
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Yea well I know this and be just does mechanic work out of his garage. The front yoke I'm buying is used and $20 off eBay. It's to a Dana 30 front axle, and it's 26 spline
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