Originally Posted by RubiconRazorbac
Even though it's a fixed yoke, it doesn't have a double-cardan (cv) driveshaft. So you're still susceptible to adverse driveline angles when you lift the Jeep.
To get rid of the t-case drop you'd still need a driveshaft & some upper adjustable control arms to adjust the pinion.
The fixed flange DOES make this much easier since you don't have to modify the t-case. The driveshaft upgrade just bolts right up.
i have a dc rear drive shaft in my rubi....
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