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  1. #46
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    So I confirmed the 2009-2014 5.7 awd driveshaft front half slides right into the rear half of the 05-08 AWD driveshaft. Once the output shaft on the transmission is cut down, everything should fit together with a few shorter transfer case bolts. Then I have to figure out the 5V switched setup to activate it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jefo View Post
    So I confirmed the 2009-2014 5.7 awd driveshaft front half slides right into the rear half of the 05-08 AWD driveshaft. Once the output shaft on the transmission is cut down, everything should fit together with a few shorter transfer case bolts. Then I have to figure out the 5V switched setup to activate it.
    Any chance you could manufacture a spacer?


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    Just completed the swap. Using a switch with 12V to turn the clutch on and off. Tested it on jack stands, and so far so good!

    So total parts needed: Front half of rear 2009-2014 awd 5.7 driveshaft (slip onto rear portion of your current driveshaft), 2009-2014 5.7 transfer case, extra transfer case to trans bolts, cut ~1" off the end of the transmission output shaft, and a way to switch the clutch on and off (I chose a 12v on-off switch).

    I'd also recommended to check the gear on the trans that slides into the transfer case for wear/play. The nut was loose on mine and the splines/gear was worn, so I swapped on a lower mile gear and torqued it to spec with sealer on the splines and restaked the nut.
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    Have you taken a test drive?
    Any binding when the transfer case is inactive? Or active?

    Did you machine the trans shaft?

    Any issue using the oe front shaft?






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    I will have to drive it soon. It wont chatter in 2wd as I can turn the driveshaft by hand, but I'm sure it will chatter just like a 4wd setup with the 12v switched on.

    I used a cutoff wheel to cut the end of the shaft off.

    The front driveshaft is the same from 2005-2014.

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    Any pics or videos would be much appreciated. Full time 05-08 to part time 09-up t case swap?


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    Any updates???


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    Everything works. The tires chatter around turns when it's turned on of course. This forum won't let me post photos for some reason.

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    Full time 05-08 to part time 09-up t case swap?

    Maybe an adjustable regulator will help with the chatter. I have no idea what I’m talking about.... Diablo help!! I would think reducing the voltage to the E clutch would allow the clutch(es?) to slip.
    Im struggle to find much info on the E clutch operations.


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    I'm going to stick with 0V or 12V for racing. I'm sure you could use a variable voltage regulator to adjust the clutch grab... but nothing will mimic how the 09+ awd controller adjusts voltage.

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