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Do you have the material that your makeing the top out of? I have the stock drive shaft off of a rubicon but you prolly need something custom
Yeah, I have a brand new TJ full top to make the custom soft top out of. All I need are the side windows that I can cut up to use the part that fits in the door surrounds. I am going to use the slip yoke style DS. Because of the WB I do not need a SYE.

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I have a couple of old slip yoke drive shafts what spline out put do you have?
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I have a couple of old slip yoke drive shafts what spline out put do you have?
I need to check the output shaft, but it is from a 231 tcase out of a TJ.
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The TJ fuel pump assembly connections are all the same. The early TJs and the later TJ connections differ from each other. They will all fit, no matter the motor.

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Xj rear driveshaft might be close to bolt in. You should take a guesstimated measurement and put it up here on the board

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Xj rear driveshaft might be close to bolt in. You should take a guesstimated measurement and put it up here on the board
I still have to clock the tcase to the AW4. As soon as I get that done I will.
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Your hinges are on the way.
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I still have to clock the tcase to the AW4. As soon as I get that done I will.
Clocking the TC has no effect on the rear driveshaft, now the front that's another matter. For the rear, as long as you stuff it up as high as you want the output shaft, you can get an accurate measurement

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Clocking the TC has no effect on the rear driveshaft, now the front that's another matter. For the rear, as long as you stuff it up as high as you want the output shaft, you can get an accurate measurement
Didn't think of that. Guess all I need to do is set the transfercase up there and measure then. I will get that up this week. I will be in the garage all week.

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I still have to clock the tcase to the AW4. As soon as I get that done I will.
FYI, when we put an SYE in our Cherokees, we often use a front XJ driveshaft in the rear. I am at 6.5" with an IRO SYE and I have XJ front drivesahfts both front and rear.

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Lots O blue...


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Got to paint the hinges, then I can bolt up the wind shield frame.
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Yes, yes it is.
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Lots O blue...

Got to paint the hinges, then I can bolt up the wind shield frame.
Looks great, so shiny. Will you bedline the interior? I think once its all on the frame with the gray wheels it will look very cool.
One of a kind that's for sure.
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Read the posts, yes, the interior is getting bedliner.
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