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Old 02-27-2012
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89 driveshaft problems

I have a 89 ranger ext cab 2wdr. Having a problem because of the rubber vibration donut.
Need advise! Can I go with single pc driveshaft ?
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Take a hammer and knock the donut off the shaft.My 94 had one that stated coming loose and I removed it and never had a problem.In fact it felt smoother without it.
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yes you can run a 1 piece. most likely an explorer shaft of the same year, or if you can find a ranger with the same length.
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