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Old 11-04-2007
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Drive shaft to short?

All of ya know I have a 3'inch SL. I'm going to lift it more in the front with Coil Springs and more in the back with Shackles. Will I need a longer drive shaft? Or will I be good to go? Thanks! Also, I'm putting in a 4.10 gear'd axle on the 10th.

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should be fine.
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you will be fine...
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yup it will be fine I have a 10" susp with a stock shaft out of a 2000
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