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Old 02-18-2007, 04:20 PM
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Custom driveshaft


I'm a new member of Hotrodders and was hoping someone could advise me on companies that make custom drive shafts. I'm building a 32 Ford 3 window coupe with a SBC and th350 tranny. I need to get a drive shaft made up.

I came across a company called Rescission Shaft Technologies while searching the web. Does anyone have any experience with this company?


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custom driveshaft

I dont know where in md. you are located,but if you are near any fair sized city there should be a driveshaft shop that can build you a new shaft.I would advise getting it done locally if possible,in case of problems. I work in a shop in that builds driveshafts,we just built one last week for a 29 roadster with a 327 and a turbo 350 trans. I think a complete new shaft(yokes,tube and ujoints) was about $160-$175.
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Sounds like good advice. Thanks very much 39 Chev.

By the way, I'm located in Southern Maryland, about 29 miles south of Waldorf, (biggest near by city).

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I agree, get it fabricated locally. That way if there is any problem it can rectified more easily.

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