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post #1 of 7 Old 07-24-2010, 05:50 PM Thread Starter
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Drifeshaft question

Is it possible to use stock and convert the ends to the double cardin? Or easier to just buy a brand new shaft?
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just get a new shaft, lot easier, cheaper and more reliable in the long run.
Plus aftermarket shafts are smaller diameter so you wont run into clearance issues as easily


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just get a new shaft, lot easier, cheaper and more reliable in the long run.
Plus aftermarket shafts are smaller diameter so you wont run into clearance issues as easily
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You can shine a turd, but its still a turd. Those stock shafts are turds.
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If your going with new shafts go with 1350 ujoints just greese and forget about them, well worth the extra bucks
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Sounds good. Looking on the other forumn at a used rear reel shaft 1310. I don't wheel very hard, just need the clearance.
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Do you have 2 or 2 dr.

I have a JE 1310 cv but no yokes, I'll sell to you for 150.

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Get new drive shafts. I have 6 and half inch lift and had to get new drive shafts on my 2 door. I went threw coast drive shafts and you can get them threw north ridge 4x4.
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