Did you press them all apart to replace the universals? Otherwise the yoke would go in the transmission. Is the driveshaft the same diameter the full length? If not, the necked down end probably goes to the rear - all the other driveshafts I have are like that. Good luck!I didn't mark which end goes to tranny and which end goes to diff. Does it matter?
I also don't know which halfshaft is the left one and the right one..How about these?
Check your tranny mounts for breakage, that's not normal. The tailshaft should be centered in the tunnel on the crossmember.Hi Joe,
Not sure. The car is still on jackstands waiting for the snow to melt up here and it's supposed to go to 5 deg this week !!
I haven't forgotten. I noticed the driveshaft is really shifted to the passenger side allot and is not any where near centered in the tunnel when I was re-installing the driveshaft last week. Maybe that's normal.
Stay warm down there....I'll post something to you when I can take it for a drive with this new transmission.
EDIT: Just heard the weather forcast------8 below tomorrow!! Holy crap!
Check your tranny mounts for breakage, that's not normal. The tailshaft should be centered in the tunnel on the crossmember.
Mine is the same way doesn't look centered But I changed my u's and one half shaft. vibes were gone for a while but now there back the only thing I did was a drop the clutch hard well real hard my thoughts are drivetrain alignment I'm thinking when I jacked the wheels to attach the shafts I pushed the train around a bit. got it on the ramps right now and I'm kinda pushin the main shaft around with a bar. Maybe one day I'll work it out
Bill mine looks as you said favoring the left hand side the whole tunnel