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Old Yesterday, 03:17 PM   #27276
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i didn't realize these things have 2 part driveshafts... I guess i need to crawl under mine and poke around a bit...
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Old Yesterday, 03:21 PM   #27277
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Yea kinda died down


But......

A garage with a laid-out rear end awaiting install is a happy garage. That's not a new SS driveshaft is it?
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Old Yesterday, 04:22 PM   #27278
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A garage with a laid-out rear end awaiting install is a happy garage. That's not a new SS driveshaft is it?

It is, kept seeing everyone said I need just the back half. Why do I not need it?
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Old Yesterday, 05:18 PM   #27279
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No, your stock 2LS shaft bolts right up. But it won't hurt to have a beefier driveshaft section. The back half of the SS shaft is all you can actually use. The whole SS shaft isn't long enough to span the gap between the Trans and rear end on our cars. I'd go ahead and use it since you have it, but you could also use the stock shaft and return the SS for money back... For more mods lol
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Old Yesterday, 06:31 PM   #27280
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Well I have a 2LT idk if that makes a difference haha. Doubt I can return it seeing how I bought it off a member here and I bet they are happy to have gotten rid of it. It's alright I would much rather prefer to have it and not need it than need it and not have it considering it is my DD. I was thinking last night how much of a pain it would prob be to remove the spindle from all the suspension pieces but I remember I practically removed everything from it over time with various mods I install so it shouldn't be too hard to get those bolts loose again.
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Old Yesterday, 06:57 PM   #27281
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Nah the v6 trim level and trans doesn't make a difference. I think the only reason the SS shaft is smaller is because of the bigger engine, and maybe the trans is longer too. Lol, yeah you've got a pretty good knuckle buster ahead of you. You'll love the end result though.
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