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post #1 of 2 Old 04-18-2012, 08:00 PM Thread Starter Rookie
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driveline play

Just wondering how much I should be able to rotate the driveshaft on my truck when it is parked in my driveway. I have a 2012 f350, tuned and deleted, with the readylift stage 3 leveling kit which raises the rear one inch. The yoke coming out of the t-case has come out about 2 inches. I am able to rotate my driveshaft a bit and it has some up and down play coming out of the t-case. I beleive this could be the reason I am getting a pretty good lag at takeoff. Sorry for the long post, just looking for some insight.
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Leveling kit and the slip yoke has come out 2"??!! I have a 6" lift and mine pulled out 1-1/4". Which the skyjacker driveshaft spacer fixed right up

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