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Fixed Yoke Setup

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The preferred (but more expensive) method of correcting rear driveline angle is to convert the transfer case's slip-yoke to a fixed yoke setup with a CV joint. Commonly called short-shaft kits, the conversions add driveshaft length, allow greater operating angles, and eliminate transfer-case fluid loss if the rear shaft breaks and must be removed on the trail. JB Conversions, Currie, MIT, Tomken Machine, and Rubicon Express offer tail-shaft kits.

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