not automatically as suggested. When you roll the double cardan around spherically, it should be smooth... when you push it 'over the top' from say 6 to 12 o'clock position, you should feel a bit of resistance due to the ball and spring.
There should be no binding or hard spots in the spherical movement whatsoever.... even going over the top should be smooth... just a bit of resistance is normal, but no binding.
Did you 'shock blow' the H-yoke of the double cardan with a hammer at each side after the install of new joints? This usually 'seats' the caps into a good/correct position after pressing them in from one side to another.... that is what normally loads the ujoint to one side just slightly... kinda like a single joint of the diff side that is stiff after install until you shock blow it with a hammer.
did I make sense? LOL!
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