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to the the T cased hatches

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#1 Uberoo


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Posted 04 September 2010 - 09:57 PM

Im just wondering how long the driveshafts on a T cased hatch are to get some reference of what stuff will look like under there.I just went to pull and save and grabbed a nissan T Case+ all the driveshafts. I also grabbed some 4.11 diffs.Now as soon as I can buy the steel for lift its all going together.Back to the original question: the nissan truck I grabbed the parts from was a regular cab.All of the driveshafts are about as long as a subaru axle.Thats on a regular cab truck.On a T cased hatch do the U joints on the driveshafts touch each other?are the front and rear driveshafts like a foot and the intermediate shaft is like 6".Anyone have any pics under a T cased hatch?

Once I get the steel(hopefully in 2 weeks or so) I will be T case lifting a 81 FWD DL hatch back.SPFI EA81-DR 5 speed-nissan T case-4.11 gears-31x10.5x15 Mud Tires.Oh yea..

#2 monstaru


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Posted 07 September 2010 - 07:55 AM

it depends on how long you make your intermediate shaft, obviously.brian

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