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SuperMOD
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hoping to solve my grenading driveline components this spring break.
WIll be changing motor mounts but the driveshaft is also a suspected culprit.

Anyone have any tempting offers? Either a cheap oem one or aftermarket serviceable one at a good price?

socal preferred unless you got a smokin' deal for me.
 

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1.6 or 1.8?..they are slightly different
 

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brand new its $280 or so . servicable .
tip:
the yolk should be floppy. this part is not like a ball joint that is stif , it should not bind when holding it up , it should flop around loosely. this can put stress on your diff.
i got a new one last year . all na's should need replacing by now
 

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SuperMOD
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Its a 1.8.
Is the 280 one oem lenny? I knew oem was around 300 but didn't know any of them were serviceable.
 

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I have a perfectly fine 1.8 driveshaft here in the garage...100 shipped to your door..

Actually pretty easy to ship...i sent out a 1.6 a couple weeks ago
 
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