Originally Posted by whiterhino
Gonna say yes.
Drive shafts are configured based on;
Fully extended length.
Fully retracted length.
Size of u-joint at front.
Size of u-joint at rear.
Amount of droop determines if you can do it with a single or double cardan joint. (commonly called CV joint)
The only way to determine what fits is to crawl underneath and take all the measurements.
Once you get that all figured out hit up your local junkyard for the parts you need then build the shafts yourself. If you take your time you can get them plenty straight enough for a trail rig.
09 Dodge 2500 w/ a Cummins, dd/towrig
85 Toyota Pickup, 1tons, coilovers, 40's, ect