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Do you also have a set of 1350 yokes for the JK Rubi transfer case (NVG-241OR)?

Do these yokes come with dust covers installed?

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Do you also have a set of 1350 yokes for the JK Rubi transfer case (NVG-241OR)?

Do these yokes come with dust covers installed?
Given that none of the yokes in the pictures have dust shields and no yoke I ever bought came with a dust shield I very much doubt they do.

The factory dust shield is removable, it just takes a little work. Use a couple of pieces of wood to support the factory yoke such that the dust shield is off the ground or whatever surface you are working on. Then drive a medium size flat blade screwdriver in between the dust shield and the yoke. Work your way around the shield moving it just a tiny bit at a time. They are pressed on and mine had green Loctite on it. It was nasty, but not a big deal. Just take your time so that you don't damage the dust shield. Its very important not to bend or distort it as it does ride on a rubber seal.

The real problem is getting it on the new yoke. I have had new aftermarket yokes where it just pressed back on with a super large socket and a few blows with a hammer. Recently, I ended up with a yoke that was slightly larger than stock. There was no way to press it onto the larger OD of the after market yoke. I solved that problem here:

https://www.jkowners.com/forum/write-...ml#post4151786

It was probably more complicated than most people want to tackle. If so, I would ask Reel to send you the outside diameter of the hub of any yoke you are interested in. Measure the OD of the stock yoke and compare. If its "close" you should be able to press it on. If not, like mine was not, then the above method is your best option.

Hope that helps..................
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