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Old 01-16-2012, 12:44 PM
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1997 f-250 4in lift Help driveshaft length

I have a 97' f-250 single cab long bed. 4x4,, I have a 4 in" lift with 35's.. Ive twisted two front drive shafts. They were 29" weld to weld. Im wondering what is the correct length.. maybe im putting in the wrong one.. Help this is getting expensive
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You got to measure it out on level ground, from the axle to the t-case. Then add a little play for suspension travel in each direction. Does the geometry look ok, no binding?
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