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09-15-2010 11:32 PM
Steel02001 Any other opinions folks?
09-15-2010 09:18 PM
Steel02001 I am sure other people have comments/opinions/random things to say.
09-15-2010 08:32 PM
GREEN-MACHINE with a 4 door and a 3.5 inch lift you should not have to worry about your shafts. i have a tera flex lift and left my drive shafts alone.
as for re- gearing it was going to cost me a grand per axle. thats going to wait till next spring.
09-15-2010 06:24 PM
Which Driveshaft for curing fatal angle

I decided I am going with a 3.5" lift over the 2.5" I already ordered and am now returning. I know this is going to cause a problem with drive shaft angles. So my question is, what drive shaft(s) are you guys using to eliminate the problem? Also, I have a 4d, do I need to do both drive shafts or just front?

While I have you guys on the hook, how much did you spend re gearing, parts plus labor?

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