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Old April 12th, 2013, 11:22 AM   #19
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Originally Posted by idiot magnet View Post

Look at the Tatton driveshaft for a bit more money you will have a much more stout driveshaft.
Good luck with the swap.
I wouldn't say that. This Tatton failed right at where the rear yoke was welded on. No scrapes, dents or anything of the sort on the drive shaft. After looking at it, it was easy to see that the weld was cold (IE no heat marks on the tube). Also it was ground down to being almost smooth, which goes along with shitty welds in most cases.


If I were to recommend a drive shaft it would from http://oliversdriveshaft.com/ quick turn around, cheap shipping, and more than fair prices. Not to mention Dave was able to build and balance a 2.5"x.250" DOM rear drive shaft for me. Runs true and smooth on the high way and is proof!
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