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If you're sticking with conventional U-joints at your driveshaft ends, you must have the transfer case and pinion yokes rotated at the same angle. If the angles are the same, they'll cancel out the harmonics of each other. For example, if you raise the pinion 5 degrees, you need to lower the T-case yoke 5 degrees.