Re: cv driveshaft?
I switched to a Toyota cv-joint for the vibration and the fact that the u-joints are so much bigger and stronger. The driveline place can use your shaft, but I think it will have to be shortened because the cv is longer than the single u-joint style. I read a "how to" and it only cost $200 for both ends (rear shaft only) to be converted to Toyota. If you wiegh that against what converting your Zuk will cost, it probably isn't much of a difference. I remember somewhat of a problem with the flanges but not much. If you want the article I read, I can find it.
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