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Old July 14th, 2004, 01:02 AM
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Lightbulb New Type of Drive Rear Drive Shaft for D90?

Anyone used one of these new "cardigan" drive-shafts!

I hope they're really soft!

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Old July 14th, 2004, 07:30 AM
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Could be a D2 shaft. Are they not double?
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the D2 front shaft is double cardigan
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Up high in the north two wool sweaters is better than one!
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the D2 front shaft is double cardigan
LOL! Phil, you kill me man!
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ok.. I got it now.
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From my years of experience and after breaking many driveshafts I have found that the Mohair Driveshaft is by far the warmest and most durable! Patigonia Driveshafts are very close to second but i wouldn'e give you a dime for a cardigan Shaft.... Just too many fashion explanations.....


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From my years of experience and after breaking many driveshafts I have found that the Mohair Driveshaft is by far the warmest and most durable! Patigonia Driveshafts are very close to second but i wouldn'e give you a dime for a cardigan Shaft.... Just too many fashion explanations.....


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OOOOOOO, Mohair & Patigonia Kieth? You drive-shaft snob!!!
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It's Patagonia not Patigonia.....
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Hey, let's be environmental (Tread Lightly, right?) about this and demand drive-shafts made of Alpaca since they graze in a far less damaging manner than the competition (sheep).
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Or go vegitarian -- how about a braided hemp driveshaft with hemp flex-knots to replace the u-joints? Say, am I on to something????
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Alpaca? Hemp? What about LLama?
.... Naahhh Hemp....
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What about Hash-shafts???
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