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post #11 of 90 (permalink) Old 01-19-2010, 02:36 PM
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Re: Drive shaft loops

anyone have a loop up by the t-case for the front driveshaft?

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Re: Drive shaft loops

how about pics by the t-case

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Re: Drive shaft loops

6 or 6 1/2" pipe, depending on what's avaliable. And yes, cut it in half, and weld 1" strap to it for flanges.

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Re: Drive shaft loops

how much would you charge to make another set of those
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$1000, and you gotta bring the truck to me. No that's not a typo. They suck to build and since I don't have jigs and all that, every set is custom taylored to the truck. This is the point where every one thinks in the back of their head "Fxxx That!!!" So your not alone. And they take right at 3 days of fab time for me.

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Re: Drive shaft loops

But it's only time.. Nice looking loops bye the way!
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Thank you sir, I'm like them alot. Out of all the sets I've built over the years, nobody has tested them yet. I guess that's a good thing.

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Re: Drive shaft loops

I noticed almost all of thoughs pictures, the drive shaft has a slip yoke on the axle end, are you running a fixed yoke on the transfercase end?

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anyone have a loop up by the t-case for the front driveshaft?
Not yet, but the set I'm building for my new Super Street puller will have it.

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I noticed almost all of thoughs pictures, the drive shaft has a slip yoke on the axle end, are you running a fixed yoke on the transfercase end?

Yes, fixed at the carrier bearing for 2 piece shafts, and fixed at the Xfer case for a single. It's fixed but pivots up and down. On the rear axle it can telescope and pivot. That's what makes my loops different from everyone else. I just haven't gotten around to making that join't wearable so that you could have it on a daily driver. But not enough call for the research. Most my loop jobs are on pullers only so it doesn't matter.

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