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The older style is actually a bit better as it gives support to the yoke with the longer tail shaft housing. If you plan on lifting the Jeep later on, it will also let you lift it higher without any vibes. Another advantage is that you can get a stock drive shaft to fit your Jeep, assuming you can find one in the junkyard.

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i've never had issues with the newer sealed output shafts and "no extra support". actually, I find that to be a fairly moot point.



just remember this....it's a sealed output...you can blow your rear ujoints on your driveshaft, remove it, and drive home in 4wd without losing fluid.

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