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Old 11-12-2009, 11:04 AM
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Originally Posted by ntd View Post
just take yours to a driveshaft shop and have it balanced, if your allready having vibrations cheak your tailshaft bushing for damage

You can balance a banana, but its still a banana

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Originally Posted by FordNut View Post
Good luck. Get a dynotech carbon fiber shaft. I would normally recommend a Dynotech MMC shaft but they're no longer available. If you pull it and get the measurements and specifications on the front & rear yokes you can get a MMC shaft custom-made from Mark Williams Enterprises.
+1 I know someone with the carbon fiber shaft, good quaility stuff

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Originally Posted by ddogg626 View Post
How about Reinharts shaft on his page ??

which is no longer made
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