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Old 01-17-2011, 02:23 PM
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Need Help with my 4x4.. Axle angle Problem

I posted this in the Ford f 350 fourm heres the link please help with advice if you can thxs
jayson

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/10...xle-angle.html

my axle angle is proventing me from using my 4x4 pics in link thxs..


please post on that link for advice ty
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Axel Wrap

I did a spring over on my Jeep Wrangler using Dana 44s from an 0lder F150. The angel of my rear drive line was so sever that I had to reweld my spring perches so the driveline pointed up 21.5 degrees so the U-joints would be parallel. I also had to put an anti-axel wrap bar from my rear diff to a crossmember I built, because when you hit the gas the rear axel tends to rise which is called Axel Wrap. With out it I would go through U-joints in a very short time. If I can find the link explaining it better I'll post it. Hopes this help .
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Here is the link. http://www.4crawler.com/4x4/CheapTri...line-101.shtml

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