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Unread 03-25-2006, 08:50 PM   #1
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CJ Drive shafts

Stock 1977 CJ7; Spicer 20 TC; Dana 30 FDA and AMC 87/8" RDA - At least that's what the book says.

If I drop the T-18 in I'll have to work over my front and rear drive shafts. Are the knuckles and Ujoints on these shafts common on many vehichles or a specific app. The reason I ask is I'd like to keep the current shafts (in case I go back three speed) and just have new shafts built, the tubes are easy, how about the knuckles?

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