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Old 03-29-2015, 06:31 PM
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Hi I replaced u joints on driveshaft now trying to. Put back in but can't get front Yoke to go in all way .I see it s keyed is ther any tips to get it to line . Up been tryin but g r round Is c old an snowy arms are tired.does it have t o be in neutral..thanks

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If I understand your problem you may need to lift the tires off the ground so you can turn things to line up.
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