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Old 04-04-2010, 08:43 AM
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Originally Posted by frickenbored
well heres the thing, this driveshaft is temporary. I only need it to work untill I get my 14 bolt full floater in with a 4" lift. Then I'm going to get a custom alu driveshaft with a 1330 u-joint at the front and a 1350 u-joint in the rear and convert my np203 output yoke from a 1310 to a 1330, plus this driveshaft will likely be to short anyway. The driveshaft I have now looks like it was hacked up a couple times, I just need this yoke to hold for a little while so I can move the truck to work on it, its not a daily driver. I don't really want to pay $50-$100 on a yoke that will be useless in less than a year.
You should be able to find one for $40 to 45ish. If that's still out of your budget maybe you should look in the junk yards. Its just not a good idea to try and weld up cracks in the yokes. If that comes apart you might end up spending way more than $50 bucks fixing the damage it caused.
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