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Wow, havent been here in awhile.........

Sold the K5 a year ago and have almost removed 20 years of bowtie parts completely from my garage, bought a JKU Rubicon and have been Joe Modding it!!!1…


Posted on May 23, 2012 at 3:47pm

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At 12:28pm on January 17, 2010, jimmy jordan said…
I was wondering if you are in west virginia
At 8:55pm on January 5, 2009, Carhugger said…
Is your grandpa a SSgt?
At 2:25pm on January 4, 2009, Carhugger said…
Well this tribute car I am doing is to pay respect to all who have protected this country in small and big way. The hood will have some guys/girls that served along with their rank. The rest of the car will be the American flag.
At 8:12pm on December 7, 2008, DENNIS said…
sorry to hear bout that crap. i can ask the guy tomorrow if he wants to sell his last shaft. i can let ya know how much. the only other thing that might help ya thats cheap is go to a bigger yoke on the end of the driveshaft. do you know what size u joints your running at the top of the driveshaft. i got a 1 ton driveshaft that was out of a 1ton with a 208 t case. and paid 75 dollars to shorten it. the 1 ton came with a bigger u joint so maybe thats why i am not having that problem. i think it's a 1350 ujoint. i got my 1 ton axles out of an old ambulance that was a single rear wheel axle not a dually. it had a 400 tubo with a 208. i took that driveshaft and had it shortened. the bigger the u joint the more angle it can take. if you wanted to spend more money you can get a yoke and driveshaft made that will take 1410 u joints also. well hope i helped ya with some ideas.
At 8:47pm on December 3, 2008, DENNIS said…

this is thats setup i was tellin you about it's on a shortbed tha clears a set of 54 boggeres easy. but like i saide the shaft is expensive and you have to be able to tear the 208 apart and put it back together
At 8:42pm on December 3, 2008, DENNIS said…
myspace is what this web site is copied from. but never mind i will figure out how to put the pics on here. i am not big on this computer stuff either
At 7:59pm on December 3, 2008, DENNIS said…
if you have a myspace page lemme know i can show ya some pics of those bolt on yokes for a 208 on some HUGE truckes
At 7:57pm on December 3, 2008, DENNIS said…
my driveshafts are slip yokes also. 1 k5 is a 6 susp and the other is around 10 or 12 or so. they vibrate but not to bad. the only thing i do is cut the leaf spring perches off and reset all the angles. i run 1350 or 1410 ujoints and yokes. that probly gives me more clearance so the yokes don't hit. and i drop the transfer case 1 inch. if it's dropped to much it will help the rear angle but kill the front driveshaft angle. i know a guy who had some custom trnsfer case shafts made. they had splines and threads in the end for a bolt on yoke. but they are pricey cuz it takes alot of machine shop time. kope this helps ya out some.
At 2:39pm on November 25, 2008, murf said…
94 jeep yj Pic was old! The starer is new for a 81-85 block? The bolts are old so I put new bolts on it and put the brace on too. it is working? The lower half is a 85 block heads are 87 and the wiring harness is a 92 suburban so yes it is a scifi-subjeepin the 350 is not running right now so now I'm putting a 74 350 with a tpi plate on the intake so more fun? but it is all chevy i'm going it rebuild the old engine to make new thanx
At 10:14pm on November 22, 2008, murf said…
thanx I had some idea of how it look but my brace dosn't look right so im drilling it to fit


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