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Old March 13th, 2019, 05:03 PM
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Watch your pinion angle. If you use an NP205 or other high rear output t-case you'll need to pitch the pinion up to about a 10 degree slope or more.
Mine is going to live with what I have for now and solid u-joints.
It's right on the edge of needing a double cardan joint in the shaft and that would require raising the pinion to 15 degrees.

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