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Old 07-26-2014, 10:55 PM   #1
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4Runner Drive shaft Spline

89-95 4Runner non-cv rear drive shafts have about 4" of slip yoke travel. I have two of these that I plan to re-tube.

For a zuk with YJ's, ML's, SPOA, how much spline do I want showing [ front and rear ] with the zuk level, and unloaded? Is .75" exposed enough for full compression? More? Obviously, I don't want to *jam* the slip yoke, nor do I want the DS to fall out with full susp. drop either.

I'm waiting for the Snatch and some other parts to come in before I can articulate and flex the suspension to see for myself.

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