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Unread 08-28-2013, 05:59 PM   #1
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Trans to Diff Offset & Clocking Ring Question

Question- what is the most off set you can have from the tail end (center line) of a Tf-999 output shaft to the center line/u-joint of the rear diff?

We are working on Jr's '74 CJ5 swap & we have the engine/trans in. We hung the D-300 and we are off about an 1.5" to the CL of the rear diff.

Question, We also need a clocking ring for the D-300. With the '74's cross member the front yoke hits it.

We need to find the cheapest costing ring but not sure where to look unless one of you have one set up on a CNC machine (TF-999 to D-300) and would like to sell one.


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