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AtlasII and driveline fitment

Im thinking of pulling the trigger on an AtasII. I currently have a 1310 aftermarket shaft in the front already and a stock rear. I will be changing the rear, but will my current front fit?

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No one?! They are closed today so i cant call and ask

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The front should fit fine. I would contact Advance adapters on Monday, give them the measurements flange to flange for the front, and see what they say. Most of time it seems people end up only having to change the length of rear to accommodate

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As I remember I did, but I was having some problems with mine anyway and thought a Woods would be better up there. Depends on how much play you have in the axle side slip yoke. They'll be able to give you exact measurements. Spend some time with them, they'll build it however you want. Think about whether you want the shift pattern to be HNL or LNH, what kind of shift knobs you want, yokes -can't remember what else. Oh yeah, make sure you talk to someone who's very familiar with the JK. When I did it, there was only one guy there. The first guy I talked with was pretty much useless. That added two weeks to my install time. That has to have changed a bit since then, but still make sure.

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The front should fit fine. I would contact Advance adapters on Monday, give them the measurements flange to flange for the front, and see what they say. Most of time it seems people end up only having to change the length of rear to accommodate

Side note, do you drive your moddied 6 speed JK, in NYC, on a daily basis? Or do you live outside of the city?
i live in the suburbs of queens. but either way, i dont drive it daily. i take a bus and train into the city so the JK sits for the majority of the time

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They'll put it together however you want. Make sure you talk to them while ordering it. Think about whether you want the shift pattern to be HNL or LNH, what kind of shift knobs you want, yokes -can't remember what else. Take your time with it and make sure you get exactly what you want. Oh yeah, make sure you talk to someone who's very familiar with the JK. When I did it, there was only one guy there. That has to have changed a bit since then, but still make sure.
sweet, thanks. i just wanted to know if my front driveshaft is reusable at the current length

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