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Old 04-02-2010, 10:14 AM   #1
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Can anyone help me with this..Slip Yoke Eliminator Kit & Tom Wood CV Driveshaft

Well i did a leaf over and had really bad vibration so ive just ordered Slip Yoke Eliminator Kit and Tom Wood CV Driveshaft from rustys offroad. Can anyone help me with this like what all needs to be done for this to work ie. maybe turn rear axle up some. Any help would be great thanks guy.

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explained on the what is.. thread. you can buy shims to place between axle perches and leafs ,also buy a angle finder and check out your pinon add a wedge, either to bring the pinion up or down bolt the u bolt up and drive , try this until you have no more vibration. once done just measure that angle and cut and reweld your perches to that angle.

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also for more detail info heres a link hella a lot of pages but every detail helps
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They make the degree shims out of aluminum and steal Try to find the steal ones the aluminum ones crack real easy.
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