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Old 12-04-2012, 09:57 PM
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I have had some with a good bit of angle on them with no problems... Look at most of the 4x4's with way more angle on them... And the u-joints don't go out like some say... I had a 1979 4x4 blazer and it was very high,, I could not touch the roof standing on side of it.. And I'm 6'... Never had problems with u-joints.. So I would tack everything in place at ride height and spin the back wheels with the drive shaft hooked up and see how it feels.. But from what I see.. I would build it.. I don't see it being that bad from the pictures..
Sounds like a nice truck I build shafts for those big trucks in all the time and your correct they're not bad on joints.

The differentials all always lower than what they're connecting to.
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