Detailed instructions for dirveline angle adjustment:
Start off by getting the car raised up so you can get under it. Make sure all the wheels are on ramps or something sturdy. You want weight on all four wheels so the sub-frames will be sitting as they would when driving.
Jack up one rear wheel(make sure car is chocked and will not roll) and turn the driveshaft until the rear pumpkin yoke u-joint is facing straight down. Make sure it is the pumpkin yoke, and not the D/S yoke. Lower the wheel.
Remove the bottom u-joint clip and place a good straight socket against the u-joint cap. Place the angle finder against the socket and record the reading. The socket acts as an extention of the u-joint, which will give you the actual angle of the pumpkin when the angle finder is used.
You get the transmission yoke angle by placing the angle finder against the front of the crankshaft vibration dampner. Since the engine is attached to the transmission, it will have the same degree angle as the transmission yoke.
Record this angle.
Both should be the same, example 2 1/2 degrees, or whatever yours happens to be.
If both are not the same, you will need to shim the pumpkin. Most likely you will have to lower the front of the pumpkin to get the angles together.
To do this you will loosen the bolts holding the front of the pumpkin and lower it until the correct degree to match the engine is achieved. It would be better to get the front of the pumpkin 1/2 degree lower than the engine angle, as the pumpkin will rotate up as torque is applied, making the driving angle more even.
Measure the distance between the pumpkin isolator and the sub-frame. Go to the hardware store and purchase enough thick washers to make up the difference in the space.
Removed the pumpkin bolts and place the washers between the isolators and the subframe, check to make sure the angle is still correct, and then tighten the bolts using high strength locktite, just to be safe. Recheck angle.
I had to lower the front of the pumpkin on mine so much that I needed to take a crow bar and spring the d/s loop down to keep it from rubbing.
This is the angle finder:http://www.sears.com/sr/javasr/produ...00&bidsite=&BV
I posted most of this earlier, but this is more complete.