thanks for the replies.
I am thinking a couple of things let me know what you guys think.
First off when I put my new skid plate on, well i had a friend do it also suppose to fix the floor panes, which he never did! but thats a whole other issue. We realized that the skid plate was not for a YJ but it fit the only problem was that there wasnt holes for the tranny mount screws. As a I look at it today he only drilled one hole for the mount to fit and didnt even bolt it. Next he did not reuse the spacers that were on the other skid plate.
So my guess is that because I do not have the spacers in the driveshaft angle is off and throwing my ujoints. does that make sense.
Also do you guys think it is possible to fabricate the skid plate that I have to fit the tranny mount or should I get one for a YJ. I think the one I have on there is for a Tj or maybe an auto trans. bc it lines up perfect just no holes for the tranny mount bolts.
I just have so much work to do on my "dream yj" i wanted to see if I can get it running again without having to add a sye and cv driveshaft at this point but later on down the road after I fix the tub and the rust issues that I have.
Any input is appreciated. Thanks. oh and I think i know why the ujoint got all mangled, it destroyed my muffler...which i just put on a month ago...haha.