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Can somebody do me a favor and measure the angle of the flanges that screw to the hatch hinges? Either inside angle, or outside angle. I am installing a fiberglass hatch and making the flanges myself. I just need that angle I have attached the dimensions that I measured in case somebody else needs them thanks! datsun hatch flange layout.pdf datsun hatch flange dimensions.pdf
I know there's lots of info out on the net about making your own driveshaft so I thought I'd organize my go to links here. Depending on what you've got for parts and what tools you've got available a DIY driveshaft might be a good option. This should be your freakin' BIBLE when doing any driveline work: Dana Spicer Installation Manual Here's some links below that give some torque ratings and dimensions of different joints and just interesting reading: http://www.fourwheeler.com/how-to/1006or-universal-joint-cv-joint-transferring-torgue/http://www.driveshaftspecialist.com/HTML%20measure/UJ%20ID%20Guide.htmlhttp://mad4wd.com/blog/?p=18http://www.wallaceracing.com/driveshaftspeed.htmhttp://www.rockcharger.com/tech/partnumbers.htmlhttp://www.pssupply.com/ratingsp.htmlhttp://www.drive-lines.com/dana/tranny_applications.php?model=Fordhttp://www.therangerstation.com/Magazine/summer2008/ujoints.htm And one of the most concise DIY builds: http://www.fordmuscleforums.com/transmission-articles/493751-how-shorten-your-driveshaft.html#post1556196 Everybody seems to do steel, but if you have a tig welder, well, why not do an aluminum one? They're on Trucks, Explorers, Aerostars etc. http://forums.vintage-mustang.com/4361425-post57.html And, if you have yoke problems, remember you can always take material off, but it's a bi*ch to put back on!