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Old 09-21-2010, 04:29 PM   #1
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Default ITT post pics of your INSTALLED driveshaft safety loops

Let's see them (trying to see what will work best for my setup)
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Here is the best shot I could find of my safety loop:

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Here's mine. Mines the lakewood one. I was a little skepitcal about it, but it is NHRA certified. Personally after installing it and how great it fit and cleared my exhaust I dont think anyother loop would've worked for me, and if one would have I have a feeling it would scrape a lot street driving.
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I went with the same one after trying out a bunch^^^
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Lakewood's are the best! I have a built in DSL on my Midwest TA, but i think the Lakewood fit a little better to the car/tunnel. That's what i ran with my old Random Tech TA.
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