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Front drive shaft

Need a front drive shaft to replace hundy's spare that I have at the moment.
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Need a front drive shaft to replace hundy's spare that I have at the moment.
Haha- I just posted up, too! We'll find one.

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I think MojaveGreen has one

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Gone....I just sold my rear from my 2dr to WTF LOL. Still have the front. Side info question: Is the front drive shaft for both 2 and 4 doors the same?.

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I just sold my rear from my 2dr to WTF LOL. Still have the front. Side info question: Is the front drive shaft for both 2 and 4 doors the same?
I'm pretty sure they're identical between 2 door and 4, but a little bit different between auto and manual. Still close enough to work either way, I think.


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Drive shaft part #

Here's a pic of the sticker on my front drive shaft. It's from a '07 2-dr Rubicon, 6 speed. Maybe a part # guru can cross reference to answer the 2dr-4dr question
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Tera is right,

If you look on most mfg's web pages for driveshafts, the part numbers for the front driveshafts are the same whether its a 2 dr or 4 dr. The difference is between auto or manual and I don't know what that difference is, but go to Teras site, Poly's, Quadratec, etc and you will see what I'm talking about,

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Srbaker, just sent a PM. I have the 6 speed tranny, but I also have the front flange for the stock d/s to transfer case. I replaced that when I went to the new JE reels. I don't know if the flange is the differnce between the transmissions or not
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