I was lucky enough to get TG to warrente my 12" slip driveshaft end.. and really lucky that my friend was kind enough to let me have the extra one he had laying around so I didnt have to wait 2weeks for the new one to arrive.. Thanks Rilie!!
Please Enjoy.. and dont Laugh!! REDNECK DRIVELINE FAB 101!!
FIRST: Pull out the handy centering shims (electrical tape) This is to help center the slip yoke in the just slightly to large pipe I got for the mid section..
SECOND: Carefully set the Driveline in the custom jig.. (1/2" thick steel plate, makes the level surface and wood paint mixers to shim things up a little.)
THIRD: Using the proper tools (speed square, bent tape measure, and eyeballs) precisley align the drivesline in the jig.
FOURTH: Tac into place.
FIFTH: Install driveline and use precision BFH to "fine tune" any wobble issues.. Once spinning straight... Finish weld and paint..That pretty much sums it up.. Like I said dont laugh.. I took it out last night.. not a single vibration at 50mph.