Any '91-01 Ford Explorer front driveshaft is another good donor. I worked at a hot rod shop in college that also was the local driveshaft shop. We built shafts from tiny cars to mining dumptrucks/loaders. We never balanced driveshafts. We did get the runout to be less than 0.005" though, which took care of any balancing issues.
'82 I thought you had converted your D300 to a flange type output. I remember that from another thread.
I used the Explorer driveshaft and it worked out great for me. I had it shortened and balanced at a local driveshaft shop.
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That depends on how many splines your Dana 20 has. Most likely it's not the 10 spliine and you can use the front yoke off of a pre-1980 fullsize Jeep with the Quadratrac transfer case or one from an XJ or TJ with the NP231 transfer case. Any driveline shop can also get the correct Spicer yoke.
will the yolk off of a dana 300 transfer case with 26 splines work on my dana 20 with 26 splines for the double cardan drive shaft? i picked up a front drive shaft off of a 96 cherokee and now i am looking for the correct yolk for the rear of my transfer case.
I'm having troubles. I got the front driveshaft and yoke off of the 231 to put on my 300 shortened driveshaft and went to install yoke and it's too big. The diameter of my 300 output is much smaller than the 231. Anyone else had this problem? Where can I get the right yoke? Is there a doner vehicle I could use?
Was it off a 231J? There are various models of 231. I got my yoke off a wagoneer with BW1339 tcase, they work on the D300 as well
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