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Old February 20th, 2013, 09:16 AM
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This is a used TW double cardan rear driveshaft from my D1, for lifted trucks, will also fit SWB RRC or D2 as long as your rear diff has the 4 bolt flange. IF YOU DONT HAVE THE 4 BOLT FLANGE FOR THE DIFF I WILL SUPPLY IT FOR ONLY $20 MORE.

This driveshaft has recently had all the u-joints replaced with gold seal 1310 joints BUT the centering ball in the double cardan is shot and must be replaced. Price discounted accordingly. $200 shipped CONUS
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