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Old 03-30-2007, 05:02 PM   #1
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Default Driveshaft for 9 inch Moser in 94 F body

Does the driveshaft length remain the same when installing a 9 inch in and F-body? I have a 3 1/2" aluminum with 1350 u joints that I would like to use, but it is one inch shorter then the stock aluminum one I have.

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I'm currently using my stock steel one broke the 1le one a had
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Does the driveshaft length remain the same when installing a 9 inch in and F-body? I have a 3 1/2" aluminum with 1350 u joints that I would like to use, but it is one inch shorter then the stock aluminum one I have.

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Yes, the driveshaft length remains the same. I don't think I would use your 3.5" one though if it is one inch shorter than stock. Bob
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i just installed a 9 inch and my driveshaft doesnt fit. i need it to be like 1 inch shorter for a guaranteed clearance. with it in the car right now i have about 1/4 inch while its on a lift. and i know your supposed to allow for 1/2 to 3/4. lemme know if anyone has an oppinon on this
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i just installed a 9 inch and my driveshaft doesnt fit. i need it to be like 1 inch shorter for a guaranteed clearance. with it in the car right now i have about 1/4 inch while its on a lift. and i know your supposed to allow for 1/2 to 3/4. lemme know if anyone has an oppinon on this
It is probably because you have the rear unloaded. Put the car on the ground, or jack the rear up, and then the stock driveshaft should fit. Bob
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