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Old December 21st, 2012, 09:55 PM
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RG&B D2 driveshaft

Erik and I bust balls, drink some Sam Adams Winter Lager and take a look at Tom Woods shaft. Enjoy

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Nice presentation. One question, what's the difference between Conventional and Multiple Double Cardan Drive Shafts and which is best for a 110 with 2" lift.
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