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Just installed new set of upper and lower rear control arms. Jegs adjustable lowers, and adjustable uppers. Install went smooth lined up well, set center of lowers with a plum , can even use rear sway bar. Set the pinion angle -3 deg. Put on M/T et streets 30 inches tall P295/65R15. We set the tires in the center of rear wheel wheel. Also new drag shocks and rear coil springs lower arms are parell. Now the promble it will need a longer drive shaft. Trans yoke
moved back out of trans, about 2 1/2 inches. Slip yoke has much more than 3/4" or 1 inch of slip. Anyone else run into this?
 

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Did you check hole to hole measurments ahead of time and set your new arms accordingly? Sounds like you moved your rear to the rear
 

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Where is the suspension when you are measuring for the drive shaft? At ride height or at full drop? The rear end moves closer and further from the trans depending on where it is in it's travel. I forget if it's closer at ride height versus hanging, or the other way around.

Tim.
 
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