88GMCtruck's 98 Silverado Towpig Build: "Black Fox"

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  1. 88GMCtruck

    88GMCtruck I'm all 8-Luggy!

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    Yup, rear driveshaft had a solid 2.5" of slip left in, and there isn't enough compression to bottom it out.

    Eh, it just sat parked for a couple weeks. I have a company rig anyway.
     
  2. dave_erald

    dave_erald Narcissist candidate for the NOOA, need a sponsor

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    Sorry, got confused. When he said slip yoke I thought he meant the original transfer case had a slip yoke output and he was changing transfer case to a fixed rear. Any time people say slip yoke i always assume non fixed outputs because the other way is rather rare

    Slip yoke on the splined driveshaft.

    Ignore me
     
  3. 88GMCtruck

    88GMCtruck I'm all 8-Luggy!

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    LOL you got it.

    Every driveline needs some slip, I shouldn't have said yolk in there that was my bad on wording.
     
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    Supercharged111 I'm Awesome

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    Do you know what's different about the 11k GVWR package?
     
  5. 88GMCtruck

    88GMCtruck I'm all 8-Luggy!

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    other than the different transfercase, i have no clue.
     

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