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    K1100 Drive Shaft Phase Allignment

    I know this subject has been discussed to death. Is this the correct orientation of the u-joint yokes?
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    U-joint phasing, (timing).

    Yes, that is correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krpreston View Post
    Yes, that is correct.
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    Is that a John Deere shaft?? Which side to the PTO??

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndresS View Post
    Is that a John Deere shaft?? Which side to the PTO??
    No - the sliding fit on my John Deer had a square section, not a round, splined section. U joints lasted a few hundred hours max.
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