If you are going from 3 speed to 4 speed, you will have length problems.
If I can pick you brain for a sec...
I'm doing a H41 install into my 1970 FJ40 with the 3 Speed Tcase. I'm still collecting parts, but I have the H41 and the AA Tcase input gear kit is on the way. I was curious what to do about driveshafts. I know I'll need a longer front and shorter rear. I was hoping to find a pair of stock 4 speed driveshafts and put my old flanges on them. Does this sound like a good plan, am I missing something?
P.S. If anyone has 4 speed driveshaft and/or a top load shifter PM me.
since you are keeping the 3 speed t-case, why not just get your driveshafts modified? San diego driveshaft on morena blvd can do it. they have done a few of mine, and they are not cheap but they do a great job.
...San diego driveshaft on morena blvd can do it. they have done a few of mine, and they are not cheap but they do a great job.
...One other thing-Ask for the heavier wall tube-it's like $10 more per shaft.
...common sense tells me to replace the seals which means removing the output flanges.
Good point. But if I'm going to go in that deep, where do I stop?