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post #21 of 90 (permalink) Old 01-20-2010, 02:13 AM
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Not yet, but the set I'm building for my new Super Street puller will have it.


I do .....i'll post pics tommorow.


I have loops/shields on both ends - front and rear d shaft

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Re: Drive shaft loops

Good work rubber duck.

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Good job rubber duck, gives me some place to start, I need to help a friend of mine build a set up for his dodge


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Re: Drive shaft loops

Smoker I look forward to seeing how you set yours up at the tcase. I've got an idea of how I want to do it, but research is always good.


Thanks for the props guys. And they really don't suck too bad to build, they just take forever, and about a million trips under the truck. My problem is I always started with rusty pipe, which meant about 8 hours on the end of a grinder. If you start with new pipe, it will go alot smoother, litterally.

93, all those sets are on Dodges. Just FYI

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shows how much i kno but it should help us alot after seeing how you made them


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Old pics.....yes i know the pinion seal bad...lol Must be All that horshpowa.














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Re: Drive shaft loops

Very nice. I like your collar at the tcase on the front shaft. Well done.

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Re: Drive shaft loops

How many inches long are the pieces that you guys are using at the joints and along the drive shaft itself? Thanks.
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I make my collars 8" long. And center the ujoint in it.

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