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post #1 of 10 Old 04-17-2009, 01:31 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone get one of these on here yet? driveshaft I just called they said its $425 shipped to southern Ca not the $230.
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post #2 of 10 Old 04-17-2009, 03:37 PM
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Does the $425 include the yolks? $235 seems right for just the driveshaft.

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I didn't even think to ask if it included the yolks
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I guess I was hungry when I wrote my response. It's yoke not yolk,LOL.
Just thought I'd mention before I get flamed.

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for that price id go with the tom woods shafts

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for that price id go with the tom woods shafts
X2, that's what I'm gonna to do.
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I went with the J.E. Reel driveshafts. Here is a link to an article about these driveshafts:
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You've been spending time in Eddie's sand box, haven't you?

As far as I know you can link to just about anywhere and anything. The only rule is to label the T&A with "35%"


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OBTW, I'm running a JE Reel 1310OE up front.


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I went with the J.E. Reel driveshafts. Here is a link to an article about these driveshafts:
http://www.4wdandsportutility.com/te.../photo_01.html

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