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post #19 of (permalink) Old 04-02-2016
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I mean the included angle. The rear axle should be 2 degrees down from the angle of the rear part of the driveshaft.

Under thrust, if you have the driveline in phase, the rear will rotate up slightly and take it out of phase. You really can't get it in phase with a centre bearing 2 piece DS anyway because the centre bearing is fixed to the floor.

With a 2-piece DS, it isn't that important but, you'll want to set it up like I am suggesting.

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