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Our Atlas 2-Speed had come equipped with 1350 CV yokes and the one in the rear was retained for our project. However, our front driveshaft length was shorter and had a greater working angle. To accommodate the more severe angle, Jim recommended we swap the CV yoke up front for a CV flange to allow the use of a joint with greater working angle. The standard yoke style could work up to about 26 degrees, the CV flange style to about 32 degrees, and J. E. Reel can provide a Toyota based CV joint that can accommodate a 38-degree working angle.

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