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this is the type of output i want.



then it would bolt right up and i would have 4wd. this is what you were referring to on the 91 explorer correct Andrew?
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just to make this clear.

when you say CV that jey used you mean a Double Cardon Ujoint?

because in my situation i see that piece/adapter, then anther piece then my Double Cardon Ujoint then the shaft.

Jey is not using a "CV Joint" like what the stock ranger has right?

If I had the piece that bolts to the other half of the Double Cardon Ujoint and it didnt match up to my Tcase that is no problem i would just make my own adapter.

I wish i was close to home so i could get some pics to help explain.
yea sorry I wasnt thinking and was calling his double Cardon a CV. yes the adapter mates his Double Cardon Dshaft to the CV style flange.
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this is the type of output i want.



then it would bolt right up and i would have 4wd. this is what you were referring to on the 91 explorer correct Andrew?
yes thats what my manual case has.

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so do you know where he got that other half of the double cardon?

my current driveshaft would bolt right up to the picture i posted a of the tcase.

so if that makes sense i need part of that outputshaft but to go to a basic flange. if i had that then i can make the adapter.
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yes thats what my manual case has.


oh so does that outside piece bolt on the transfer case? its not all one piece into the tcase?
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I think the front out put is just like the rear output. So i think theres a nut that holds that front yoke on, but im not completely sure. I dont even know what size the front yoke is. Which is going to be wierd since I have a 1350 Yoke on my axle, and prolly a 1310 or 1330 on the tcase.
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this is the type of output i want.



then it would bolt right up and i would have 4wd. this is what you were referring to on the 91 explorer correct Andrew?
that piece will bolt up to your t-case beard......there is a bolt in the center that holds it on...same as yours......just unbolt 1 and bolt on the other.....
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on my axle both Ujounts on each end appear to be the same.

well after some searching

this is what the end of my driveshaft looks like. and the other pic is kinda what i need, then i could make some type of flange to hold that piece.
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that piece will bolt up to your t-case beard......there is a bolt in the center that holds it on...same as yours......just unbolt 1 and bolt on the other.....

are you sure? i dont remember seeing a bolt on the inside of my current flange
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i still think you would be better switching to the u-joint......mine has the double u-joint like that in it....
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call 800-244-7411. ask for Rollo. If anyone can get it he can.
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are you sure? i dont remember seeing a bolt on the inside of my current flange
here is how my 1354 is put together.....i am pretty sure that the only difference in your 1354 is the output flange.....which is held on by a bolt...
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that piece will bolt up to your t-case beard......there is a bolt in the center that holds it on...same as yours......just unbolt 1 and bolt on the other.....

im pretty sure it wont, look this is what mine looks like
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just pop the case apart and switch out those shafts.......or find a '97 Ranger 4x4 with an electric transfer case and swap them out........or if you could find a manual case from a '97 and older 1354.....or even the manual 1350 is a direct bolt up...
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just pop the case apart and switch out those shafts.......or find a '97 Ranger 4x4 with an electric transfer case and swap them out........or if you could find a manual case from a '97 and older 1354.....or even the manual 1350 is a direct bolt up...
manual 1350's have slip shafts though, not a Solid output
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true that! then you would need a 1354 for sure!
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lol yeah just want i want to do is drop the tcase and tear it apart. lol
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they do it on Trucks and Xtreme 4x4 all the time....don't look that hard
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i know were there is a few '95-'97 4x4's at.....next time i am in Salem, i will look and see what they want for the t-case..
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call 800-244-7411. ask for Rollo. If anyone can get it he can.

what am i getting? who am i calling? more info
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i know were there is a few '95-'97 4x4's at.....next time i am in Salem, i will look and see what they want for the t-case..

alright let me know.

wonder if the wiring harness is different, or anything else.
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i wouldn't think so.......espically since the only difference is the front output shaft...
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next problem will be Ujoints but hopefully they are the same.
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next problem will be Ujoints but hopefully they are the same.
which u-joints?
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the one that will connect to the transfer case. i might stop by the dealer and see how much a new output shaft would cost.
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