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HELP!!! drive shaft lenght????!!!!!!

i have an 05 F250 4X4 it takes a solid driveshaft but i need to know the lenght....
i would measure the old one but it blew apart going down the highway and i can not find it. does anyone know the lenght i need?? please HELP

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it is a extended cab short bed

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I have an 05 f 250 also ext cab short bed also when you say solid drive shaft? Mine has a slip yoke right after the trainy? Dealer should have measurements have replaced mine twice.

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Measure the distance on your truck and give the driveline guy the masurements.

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Sorry big red will measure drive shaft and try and.send pics had to spend some time with the wife been working.on truck.for.three.weeks now just did a egr cooler delet and oil cooler.
And brakes and caliper all.the way around


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Have one Question though just looked at big reds mods on his truck it says he has 6inch lift wouldn't his drive shaft length have to be longer than mine. I do not have a lift on my truck.
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