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Old 05-26-2009
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Originally Posted by Johnbaum13 View Post
Yeah, the drive shaft bolted right up to my Expo rear as well. I think Shanes been working with front drive shafts too long.

Hahaha that may be the case. When i was at the junkyard pulling the adaptor part for my drive shaft, i noticed it looked the same size as the other rangers in teh yard (both 7.5 and 8.8). Maybe Shane assumed it'd be a different size because they run different u-joints? idk, either way, i'm set for whatever happens when i do my swap.....can't wait....
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Old 05-28-2009
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Ok, I finally looked last night and I am running at around 2700 rpm at 70.
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