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03-13-2011 03:23 AM
GroundHawg Nope. The driveshafts are too long. It's done though using a SYE, or long arms. Depends what modifications are going on with your Jeep.

Rubicon axles have a 1330 joint at the pinion too.

All in all it's not a difficult swap. You just need to deal with that extra inch or so with the shaft, and get those double u-joint deals. That 1330/1310 combo
03-13-2011 03:00 AM
TJ Drive shafts onto Rubicon Axles

Will standard TJ drive shafts (1999 model) fit onto Rubicon axles without alterations?

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