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03-21-2007 06:37 AM
35chev/302gmc I would ask the person who is going to shorten the drive shaft, he might want the mesurment from the trans output shaft to the rear yoke.
03-20-2007 06:51 PM
03-20-2007 05:06 PM
61 chevy At ride height.... install front yoke all the way in....pull out 1"...measure frome center to center on u-joints... Just make sure measurements are at ride height.
03-20-2007 04:16 PM
A-body driveshaft shortening/measuring question....

I need a driveshaft for a '72 Duster but found one for a '72 Dart that is approx. 3 or 4 inches to long. I am going to have it shortened but need to know how to measure. If I slide the driveshaft into the tranny, how far should I pull it out before measuring? Or, does anyone know the exact length of a '72 Duster driveshaft?

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