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EXPO front shaft question

So I was wondering if you get an older expo shaft with the u joint instead of the tulip style joint at the t case it will just bolt in if u get the special part the bolts on to my case and makes it have a u joint end. Also could I just change the output shaft on my case to one off an onder expo case and have a better driveshaft to work better with my superlift
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That's what I done fromk what I read if you get the adaptor you still have to shorten the drive shaft. I just changed out the output on the t case and bingo shaft bolted right in.. I got a how too on it in the how too secton
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