Originally Posted by GrabberBlue5.0
It depends on how you're looking at it, from the trans it would be minus 2*, from the bottoms of the differential it would also be minus two degrees. From the top of the diff it's +2 degrees. Main point is that you want the DS angled upward to the trans from the diff 2*
Sorry, but I am still confused. Since I have the 2-piece stock drive shaft, no adjustment is necessary on the forward DS. Between the differential and the rear DS, it would seem like the axel is pointing up too high, making me think that with an adjustable UCA, I should shorten the arm to rotate the diff downward such that the rear DS is sloping upward by 2 deg relative to the diff instead of the way around as it is now. Doing that will make both drive shafts more aligned and the diff pointing downward by 2 deg relative to the rear DS.
I am trying to understand the specification of relative angles between the diff and rear drive shaft. I
Have a lot of clunking noise every time I change gears or even go over a rough road. All the noise is coming from what seems like the drive shaft.
Thanks for your input and patience.