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Old 05-06-2013, 11:52 AM
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One piece Drive shaft?

Does anyone know if the 2011 CCSB F250 one piece drive shaft will fit our 6.4's? I want to swap mine out. I looked into after market but 5-700 dollars is not in my budget right now!
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:40 PM
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Never mind only super cabs have single piece!! Looks like I will have to save up and fork over more money at this money pit!


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Old 05-07-2013, 06:05 AM
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I'm looking at a custom 1 piece too. I'm hoping I'll be under 74" as that's the longest most shops will make them
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I been doing research and it seems to be right at 68"s. I'll take real measurements later but thats what i been seeing. CCI has a 5" one piece but for $750!!! Drive shaft specialists out of San Antonio is $545 for theirs and it has a 1310 or 1350 CV. Im going also later today to a local shop and see what pricing they can give me. Many have told me he will most likely hit me for $350 hope so!


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I found a local place that'll do mine in the $350 range if we reuse the flange from my stock. I think that's a great deal
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Just came back from the shop and if they re-use my flanges its only $170!!! I was like...come again?? They recommended not to use the 1350 CV and that a solid one piece with two joints would cure any driveline vibrations permanently!! Going to take off current two piece take it in tomorrow. They said if i get it in to them in the AM I can have it by lunch time if not they will have it ready for me the next day.
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Just came back from the shop and if they re-use my flanges its only $170!!! I was like...come again?? They recommended not to use the 1350 CV and that a solid one piece with two joints would cure any driveline vibrations permanently!! Going to take off current two piece take it in tomorrow. They said if i get it in to them in the AM I can have it by lunch time if not they will have it ready for me the next day.

That's crazy cheap. Like dirt cheap....
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Never mind only super cabs have single piece!! Looks like I will have to save up and fork over more money at this money pit!


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Some Crew cabs have the single piece also... My dad's 2011 CCSB has a one piece rear driveshaft.


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That's crazy cheap. Like dirt cheap....
that IS an awesome price and for less than 24 hr turnaround too!
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Old 05-09-2013, 07:49 AM
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One piece Drive shaft?-imageuploadedbyautoguide1368114209.437235.jpg

Here is the info on the shop guys! They do awesome work and Robert is very knowledgeable! Tried to save me as much money as possible came out to $207 because I opted for new grease capable u-joints. Took it in this morning and picking it up this evening! Finishing up new pinion bearings right now to make the whole driveline new again.


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Let's see it... Will you be painting it or can you leave it raw?
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