Make sure it is a 231 and not a 242, they have different yokes
Yep I do! Come out and get it in the morning, I should be here
Determine how much of the spline is showing. Look at the female side and see in reality most of the time it is not a very big contact patch and make sure that you have enough of the male side to allow for flex.
The new control box for the speedometer shipped yesterday (well the number was created at least).
Need some advice. The Novak output is different shaped than both the Atlas and the stock Dana 300, it actually has a wider diameter but is also narrower lip. So when I got the Atlas support ring from TMR which should work with both I had to widen it by about 1/16 to 1/8" and also angle the inner side so it could sit more flush and away from the flange the driveshaft attaches to.
My concern is that with the bushing may rotate and this may force the ring off of the output and lean up against the flange. What I was thinking of doing was making a small bracket that will attach to the top of the support ring and then attach it to case itself. I was thinking one of the cover bolts.
Got the driveshafts.
Holy crap, and I thought the CJ had a short rear drive shaft.
Looks good, I'm sure you'll be happy to finally have it done, and done right.