How is everyone handling bigger lifts in regards to the rear shaft? Little back story; 1994 Mits U42t. So I built myself a lift kit, dropped all members 4 inches, made some custom struts. Ended up with about 5.5 inches lift in the front. Used 4 inch tapered blocks in the rear, thinking that the ujoint angles would be too much with straight ones (I now know a little more about driveline angles realize it's not just about individual u-joint angle, both joints have to match). Upon first drive, vibrations were bad. So I dropped the rear of the t-case about 1 inch. That calmed the vibrations while in 2wd, but in 4wd it is virtually undriveable. Assuming this is because the t-case is now pointed up at the front and the diff is still level. 1:Has anyone used straight 4" blocks in the rear with the stock shaft? I did have some driveshaft spacers made, 1.25" I think, if memory serves. 2:Keep the angled blocks and have a custom shaft made with double Cardon? 3:Or could I drop the nose of the front diff so that the angles matched? I'm thinking the first 2 would allow me to raise the t-case back up and correct the operating angles, I'm just worried that will make too much angle for the joints as the shaft would be near 45degrees. The third option is alot of work I think, and still wouldn't totally fix the vibrations from the rear. I put alot of work into this lift and I'm really happy how it turned out but I'd really like to minimize vibrations. Hoping someone can give me some clarity here.