Re: 1991 Geo Tracker 2WD Conversion
You bring up an interesting point. I suspect but have yet to confirm this because I don't have the adapter in hand yet. Based on a simple tape measture test, think I'll have to raise the motor about 2 inches to clear the steering linkage. If that proves to be the case, do you have any idea what impact that might have on the rest of the drive line?
I saw another reference that said as long as the transmission output shaft and the differential input shaft remain parallel, I can raise the motor without concern. However, by lifting the nose of the motor a few inches to clear the steering linkage, I'll change the geometry a bit and possibly cause problems with the drive shaft.
Do you have any thoughts on that?