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Pinion Angle

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Once we had the height dialed in with the new axles, we had to set the rear pinion angle. Since we had a double cardan rear driveshaft, the pinion needed to get pointed right at the rear output of the T-case. This needs to be done with the weight of the vehicle on the springs. The Currie Enterprises pinion yoke skid is a perfect fit with this axle and will keep our low-pinion 9-inch yoke safe.