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Old December 23rd, 2006, 08:57 PM
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I made a new spare driveshaft today. With my setup, my front shaft is 7in shorter than my rear. So I made a square shaft that can be adjusted to whatever shaft blows up. I kept the rover slip yoke so it wouldn't rattle like full square ones do. Should get me off the trail. Thanks DJ for the stock shaft. Total cost of this thing was $25. CB awesomeness.
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Nice job Dave.

Did you do the fab work yourself?

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Nice job Dave.

Did you do the fab work yourself?

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Thanks guys.

Yeah, there is not much too it other than finding a way to get it all straight without a jig. Other than that, just some welding.
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