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Old April 20th, 2012, 03:52 PM
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D90 drive shafts

Are all D90 drive shafts the same?
I got some awhile back from a V8 and want to make sure they will work with my 200tdi 4cyl setup.
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anyone?

not hopeful, I found different part numbers
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Is your transfercase in the same position as a v8? You didn't move it back or forward when you put in the 200 right?
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I didn't, and I figured since the transfer cases are all the same, the shafts would be the same.
But then I found the different part numbers.
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Length should be the only real difference. The flanges on the diff and the lt230 t case are the same.
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I haven't seen a salisbury diff flange in a while but I would assume it is that same as the typical diff flang too. I bet the different part numbers are there for the different u-joints used? Or maybe some had the rubber protection boot and some didn't.
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