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Old August 4th, 2011, 10:37 PM
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Front driveshaft questions

Trying to chase the vibrations issue and have a few questions:

1. Is a D-90 front shaft the same as a 110 front shaft? Do they vary based on engine/transmission?
2. What end is the slip joint supposed to be on? Haynes manual says axle end, but pictures indicate t-case end.
3. How easily should the slip joint move? Should I be able to move it in and out by hand?
4. Do rover driveshafts have balancing weights on them?

Thanks for the help...
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Old August 5th, 2011, 01:42 PM
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1. I think so
2. Fronts at the diff, rear is at the transmission.
3. Should be able to move it
4. Yes

3" lift = Front Double Cardon shaft.
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