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09-18-2004, 12:30 PM
soooo in the case where I have to have drive shafts made, where should I go. I've got a lwb sami with yj's and toy axles and I'm getting near the end of the build. I've been told to look for rear d/s from an 86 or newer toy as well as flanges from an 89 and newer sami. any suggestions or price ranges would be appreciated....Jeff
kinda depends where in this vast world you are located
09-18-2004, 02:48 PM
I had costom shafts made at pats thy were about 1200 for the set a mor ehcinomical way to go would be tom @tle he makes shafts and has machined aluminnum toy to suzuki adaptors so the toy shafts will bolt up to the zuk t case i think i have a toy shaft kikin around front with cv id give ya for around fity buks
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jeep, it's just a penis extension for people who really wanted suzukis
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09-18-2004, 03:13 PM
if you got a chunk of Zuki bumber an a ford driveshaft I could weld u up one in the bush for a beer.
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09-18-2004, 05:49 PM
Don't forget the vicegrips :D
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