Question about 1988 Chevrolet S-10
Not sure on the book procedure, but on my 91 4x4 extended cab I had to undo the u joint caps on both ends, then colapse the shaft as short as it will go by pushing back the slip yoke. Then you need to move the front of the shaft in by the trans and as far forward as you can. it will be right along side the yoke you unbolted it from and the u joint has to be turned just right for maximum room, but this should give you enough room to force the tail of the shaft pass the crossmember. Its very tight.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
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