Rear Drive Shaft Replacement, Tips Appreciated

sass JT

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Well I got in my rear driveshaft and put it in… here’s some tips.

don’t do it alone, have a t-50 star bit, if you added extra skid plates… be prepared to remove them or have the tools to get around them. Do not uses air tools unless you really have to. Have a torch available… or a friend with one just in case you need to heatup the broken bolts.

last tip… pay a professional…if you have issues it takes way longer.

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