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HELP! front cv pops out in 4wd with superlift!!

Just saw and posted in another thread on this topic.. But as it says I put it in 4wd and the truck grind and literally pops the driver side cv out.. I thought superlift kits didn't change the angle ov the cvs?? And how the **** do I fix this I wanna wheel but it keeps happening :(
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Hmmm... it pops out of the diff?
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Yep.
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Get Bilrite in here. He is the CV RCD/Superlife master.
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I was thinking the same... I know he had similar issues with his RCD.
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I see you have pre-keys. Do you have the t-bars cranked to the max?
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Nope tbars are barely even cranked. I think I found the prob guys.. With the superlift kit it has drop brackets for the front diff.. Those seemed to have loosened and shifted to the right making it pretty much impossible for the left shaft to stay in. Ill confirm that in a week or so whhen I'm back in town!
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Never even thought of something like that... hope that's all it is!
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Never even thought of something like that... hope that's all it is!
x2 on that. I feel like that is something that shouldnt even have happened lol, but I guess crazier things have happened before. Goodluck.
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