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Can Anyone Give Me A Driveshaft Measurement By 7:30 AM Tomorrow?

April 14 2017 at 8:12 PM
Chris Mcalpine   (Login chris401)
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It is for a 1965 F100, 352 FE, 303 3 speed and uses a slip yoke. No carrier bearing. My tags are gone and don't want to sell the wrong one.
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Chris Mcalpine
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I Am Almost Sure It Is The One In The Middle. 61"?

April 14 2017, 8:27 PM 

As I went along I had different drive shafts made for what ever engine/transmission mood I was in. Old Lincolns made good sturdy donors.


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Tom P
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original driveshaft?

April 14 2017, 9:47 PM 

If it was a custom replacement then any yoke and tube size could be used. the 65's i've seen use small diameter tubes.

If it is a longbox truck with a stubby 3 speed the driveshaft should be way over 60" if not a two piece.

 
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Chris Mcalpine
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Yes I Need To Verify The Correct Length. NM

April 14 2017, 10:10 PM 


 
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Chris Mcalpine
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Sold: nm

April 15 2017, 6:06 AM 


 
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