Grinding it works really well. This is my W250's shaft when I was done with it. After more lift, I needed a longer shaft and went to a 2ndgen one... the spicer 1330CV already does that angle without grinding.
Thanks for the info , I guess Ill take it apart and grind it , I should probably replace the ujoints anyway since I don't know how old they are , they seem tight but I've owned it for 15 years and have never changed them. Does the driveshaft spacer shorten the length of the driveshaft after lifting the Ramcharger and correct the angle to some extent?
The most correct way would be to rotate the axle to match the new angle. But, that would require repositioning the spring perches (cut and weld) as well as the front steering components ("rotating the Cs") all of which are expensive and labor intensive compared to just grinding a little.
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