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Old 08-02-2011, 12:41 PM   #1
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Need help designing new Driveshaft

So im not sure why my truck did this and havent anyone on here have the same thing happen, but i pulled my carrier bearing out of the bracket. They say from too much travel, as the bearing only offers about 3/4"s of slide in and out.

So talking to a DS shop about either a 1 piece which will be the easiest but will have less clearance for the shaft. Or a complete custom job that keeps it a 2 piece but has solid bearing, think domestic, and a slip yoke in the rear shaft. The two piece will have much more clearance but will have to create a new bracket suppoft for the new bearing and will cost 50% more.

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Old 08-02-2011, 12:54 PM   #2
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Fuck yea dude, with a solid bearing that bolt rigjt in i could just get a slip yoke in the bottom half
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Max rpm is only 4800, no bueno
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Old 08-02-2011, 01:22 PM   #4
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How did you come up with that? The RPMs are based on the operating angle I thought so it would depend on how far you drop the carrier bearing down.
i have no clue when i saw that i thought engine rpms and was like i can do 6500, haha fuck alright

talked to mike too and he said this was prolly my best bet
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looking at that ttora thread i have no idea how with a solid bearing that the rear shaft has any extension in it, with a solid mount and a solid shaft how does the axle drop?
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current plan is to use that solid bearing from the ttora thread and getting a slip yoke added to the rear shaft giving me more than enough travel

thanks PSU and Mike(mjp2) for the help
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Installed the balanced shaft on the truck yesterday and shes working perfect. Bearing cost 120 with shipping and 270 for the ds work. Pics

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