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Old 03-21-2012, 01:43 PM   #1
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i have a 2002 camaro z28 m6 and i recently twiseted and snapped my drive shaft and i need help. does anyone know the dimensions of this drive shaft so i can go to my local drive line specialist and get one made for me. i need specific dimension on getting one made so if anyon could help thanks a lot
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i have a 2002 camaro z28 m6 and i recently twiseted and snapped my drive shaft and i need help. does anyone know the dimensions of this drive shaft so i can go to my local drive line specialist and get one made for me. i need specific dimension on getting one made so if anyon could help thanks a lot
stock will be 44 1\4" for a 10 bolt\12bolt. are you having them build you one thats the same as stock? if you are, i would highly upgrade to a PST or something like that those stock DS are absolute junk they are so thin and weak dont waste your money on another one. heres a link for you
http://shop.brutespeed.com/Driveshafts_c1090.htm
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stock will be 44 1\4" for a 10 bolt\12bolt. are you having them build you one thats the same as stock? if you are, i would highly upgrade to a PST or something like that those stock DS are absolute junk they are so thin and weak dont waste your money on another one. heres a link for you
http://shop.brutespeed.com/Driveshafts_c1090.htm


thanks a lot man that helped me a lot. hes not making me a stock one hes using a higher grade aluminum and different yoke.
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thanks a lot man that helped me a lot. hes not making me a stock one hes using a higher grade aluminum and different yoke.
ok great. how much is he charging if you dont mind me asking? the aftermarket aluminum ones on these sites get pretty pricy!!
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ok great. how much is he charging if you dont mind me asking? the aftermarket aluminum ones on these sites get pretty pricy!!

he was gonna charge me $290 for it but i went with pst steel one instead.
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