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The yoke does not go in trans case deep enough for me to attach rear ujoint. an inch to long, what could block or not align causing yoke to stop short?

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What has been changed there are different length tail shafts transmissions and diffs so if one has been changed you may need to change another to suit whatever you do don't force it you could do more damage when a tail shaft is fitted it should have about 1 inch extra travel as it all moves when the suspension takes up
cheers hope this helps paul

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