Good question. But I believe if you install a double cardon joint that you have to point the front yoke at the transfer case, this is not good for the front end alignment geometry. I think if I were you I would change the angle of the yoke by only a couple of degrees. I looked at the numbers you have written down and I am not too clear on where the measurements were taken. Also the angle of your front dif, is that 2.3* up, or down.ffmike said:Do you think that a cv joint at the top of the shaft would correct my problem? Do the make a cv joint that can use my exsisting yoke at the t-case?