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Re: rear cv drive shaft
we'll i've learned through experience that there is a cheap way of doing it and a right way of doing it. Not very often will you find both a cheap and right way together. I've bought many used parts and more often than not, wish that i would have just gone out and bought the new part instead of trying to be cheap. in my opinion you should do it right the first time and be happy with it instead of doing it cheap or used and regret it later. not to say that buying used parts or cheap is always bad, just saying that i'm trying to learn from my mistakes. you get what you pay for.
i'm looking for the best possible cv driveshaft i can get then i'll weigh the price compared to the benefit. I'm sure the rat adapters and toy shafts work fine but for those with that setup given the choice between say a toy shaft and adapters or tom woods custom cv shaft, what would you pick leaving the price out of the equation.
i've also seen shafts listed from TT, Rocky Road and a few other places, just wondered the quality of those.
thanks for the replies so far, this board rocks!!!