Join Date: Aug 2001
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If you want to spend $$ you could take some measurments and sent them off to a tom woods or equal. They will build you a custom shaft that will work really well for you.
For a lot less money you could go to the junk yard find a shaft that has the correct ends on it, bring it to a local drive shaft shop and have them cut/ reweld it. That is what I did for my jeep. It cost me $65 per shaft to have them rewelded.
I put a D300, and a set of D44's on my jeep. I used a set of drive shafts from a Grand waggoneer. The ends were correct, and the front shaft on a waggoneer is a CV shaft.
Once apon a time I played with legos... Now I have a Jeep