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09-08-2008 01:09 AM
AzTJ Check locally. I'm sure there are some decent driveline shops that can make you a custom shaft.... if not, Tom Woods makes good ones on the cheap.
09-07-2008 09:56 PM
Felsengleiskette
starting engine swap this winter!!!!

Any suggestions on rear drive shaft to connect a np 241 w/ a S.Y.E to my rear axle? cheapest solution would be much appreciated, cuz i have to keep my D35 in the rear for a short time. im getting a ford 8.8 but i have to lay low on the spending. my wife is going berzerk. here's a run down of the $$$ i pissed away...350 motor: $2,500.00(i built to keep cheap) TH400:$950.00 (i built from bone yard)Transfer case np 241 S.Y.E $500.00. And when im done typing this im going online to Jegs and dropping another $1,700.00 in exhaust- cooling- serp. pully system, blah, blah. so you see, i NEED a cheap solution.

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