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Unread 09-26-2012, 09:57 PM   #1
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U-Joints axles to CV axles

It can be done! Swapped out U-Joint axles from 99 Cherokee for CV joints from 98 Grand Cherokee. The spindles are all 27splines, it doesn't matter if its full time or part time in the parts description. All that matters is the length. The left one has to be 23 inches long and the right one has to be 38 1/2 inches. The outer ends can be a little longer, about 1/2 inch. They will still fit over wheel. No wabble on turns, very smooth in every direction and 4 wheel drive transition was very smooth. No more pounding out old U-Joints from their axles.

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