Magnum7150
Hi I'm putting rockwells under my truck and have a few questions...
1. What's the best route to go for drive shafts? (Will have roxkwell air shift t case also)
2. I'm keeping my married t case so what's the best route to go with that drive shaft from the married to case to my divorced Rockwell?

If you have any answers it be appreciated thanks
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ConwayMuddy
Reuse driveshafts from whatever truck the Rockwells came from, or at least the yokes. Jack shaft (short driveshaft) from old case to rockwell case. Learn to post in the right places.
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Magnum7150
Thanks man but this was my first post iv ever made and I put it in the wrong Catagory but I posted on in talk tech... also
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sleded881
#2  ....for my project, to be the shorter i can, i use a h yoke between the 2 t-case
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Magnum7150
sleded881 wrote:
#2  ....for my project, to be the shorter i can, i use a h yoke between the 2 t-case

You mean like a drive shafts with a h yoke on the married case and a Rockwell flange on the other end (Rockwell t case)
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sleded881
Magnum7150 wrote:
You mean like a drive shafts with a h yoke on the married case and a Rockwell flange on the other end (Rockwell t case)


i have a maried np241hd t-case - the h yoke - and a 12''dropbox cyclone t-case
the output of my maried t-case have slip yoke and all yoke are for 1410 u-joint
i use this setup to centered the max i can my cyclone between my 2 rockwell
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Magnum7150
sleded881 wrote:


i have a maried np241hd t-case - the h yoke - and a 12''dropbox cyclone t-case
the output of my maried t-case have slip yoke and all yoke are for 1410 u-joint
i use this setup to centered the max i can my cyclone between my 2 rockwell
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Magnum7150
Thanks for the help so for me would it be best to just use my stock drive shaft off my married t case and shorten it down a lot to fit between the 2 cases and then just have a Rockwell yoke on the one end (rockwell t case end)
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