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I'm not sure that is a good idea with no driveshaft and a rear slip yoke cuz you will most likely be losing fluid out of the back of the t-case.

 

Every time I pull the rear driveshaft I always get some fluid dripping.  I would imagine that more would come out if it were constantly spinning.  I could be wrong but I wouldn't do it.

 

If you had a fixed flange mount on the t-case with a slip driveshaft I could see how that wouldn't be a problem running it that way. 

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Yep the only problem is the leaking fluid.

 

I found a cap for a fabric softener or something and slipped right in and contacted the the TC output seal.  Held it in with duct tape and wire ties for a week while troubleshooting some vibration issues.

 

HTH
 

Hag

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Ok thnx guys. Didn’t have to take it far so I don’t think there should b too much fluid gone

1 hour ago, Haggar said:

Yep the only problem is the leaking fluid.

 

I found a cap for a fabric softener or something and slipped right in and contacted the the TC output seal.  Held it in with duct tape and wire ties for a week while troubleshooting some vibration issues.

 

HTH
 

Hag

Did you find the vibration issue?? Im having vibration issues too an have blown out 2 steady bearings in lke a month!?

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wow!  2 intermediates?  no fun!! 

 

Make sure your slip yoke moves SUPER freely.

 

Ours turned out to be bent rims.... like 4 of the 6....  it was pretty amazing.  (explained why swapping wheels around didn't seem to move the issue.)  It really wasn't a bad shake.  I would have lived with it, but it was buddies truck and it bothered him to the nth degree.  lol.

 

Good Luck finding it!

Hag

 

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