Originally Posted by DunnoWhoThisIs
Yes they do lol.. I'll run it like it is and if it gives me problems I'll have one built
I would fix it now before it breaks and causes a whole lot more damage. A 1310 with that much power is a ticking time bomb.
I broke one going through the traps and it took out both my transmission tail shaft housing and differential pinion yoke, carved a huge gash in my floor pan and destroyed the driveshaft. This was with the required NHRA driveshaft loop too. I was really lucky the trans fluid didn't get on my tires and put me into the wall or even worse the other lane.
It ripped the 1310 U-joint main body center section right out of the caps leaving the stub ends of the center cross section in the caps still bolted to the pinion yoke.
A little money spent now could save you much more down the road.