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Old 11-17-2007
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Considering replacement U-Joints, opinions on this style?

http://www.lightruck.com/driveshaft_parts.asp

Was peeking at these and was wondering if anyone has any good experience with these? My 2001 Ranger (in sig) is having the clunk issue with shifting gears on my stick, and plan on upgrading to an aluminum driveshaft + the new u-joint.


Any recommendations? Throw some prices at me for a good aluminum driveshaft.. I actually looked all over, but woudl rather hear opinions on people who have used specific aftermarket brands and/or stock OEM replacements.


Thanks a bunch, and any links to the products you have used woudl be appreciated!
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