Join Date: Jan 2003
Location: Dundee, IL
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This hasn't been discussed much here, but a search should find you a few posts. Most people will just rebuild their stock one with new parts or take it to their local driveshaft shop.
I've had a new one piece shaft build by Tom Woods Custom Driveshafts, but with the biggest parts he had available. Best suggestion is to find a local shop that does work on bigger trucks. They will have access to larger parts than most 'off-road' or 'jeep' places.
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