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Old 07-06-2010, 12:19 PM   #1
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FS: TJ Double cardan rear drive shaft

I pulled this from my jeep. I had this entire shaft rebuilt and balanced shortly after I bought the jeep. It has less than 750 miles on it. I have upgraded my drive train and axles so this shaft won't work for me. Passing it along to someone who needs a spare or wants to install a SYE. This was bolted to a Rubicon transfer case and a Dana 44 rear axle. It should work for any TJ up to 6 er 7 inches of lift. If you have a Dana 35 you will need a 1310/1330 conversion joint at the axle.



Asking $275 shipped CONUS. I'm located in Wichita, KS. I ship via FedEx ground. This is ready to go and I can usually ship out same day. Email me at mr.clifford@thedoubleduke.com, PM me here, or post up if you have any questions.

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Old 07-06-2010, 02:46 PM   #2
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What would I need to attach it to an 8.8 Andy?

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The 8.8 has a flange. There are a few companies that make flanges that bolt up to the 8.8 and convert it over to the Ujoint. I had one on my 8.8.




If we can find a spicer part number I can get it from my local supplier. But the 1330 flange is pretty simple to source out.

Flange Yoke 1330 series to fit Ford 8.8 inch rear end pinion flange Designed for the LARGE Ford bolt pattern typically found on Full Size Ford Cars, Light Trucks and Cobra Mustang 8.8 rear ends.



You just need to be sure which bolt pattern you have on your flange. There is a small and large bolt pattern.
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Old 07-06-2010, 07:58 PM   #4
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Gotcha. The bracket kit I'm ordering has an included flange. I'd better make sure it's the right one! Thanks.
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If memory serves me the small bolt pattern is 2.5x2.5. The large bolt pattern is 3x3.
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What's the length on it?
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What's the length on it?
Compressed is 15". Extended is 18".

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