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so i go a 4/6 2005 cc and towing the golf car to the track sat i cut he drive shaft in half sooooo with that said what r my options i kinda want to build a smaller diameter steel shaft but have no trans yoke and need the measurment center to centger on the yolks
 

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Get a driveshaft from an extended cab truck and install it into your truck. you just have to build a carrier bearing crossmember and move the evap tank. it'll probably be your easiest and cheapest route
 

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i put a xcab 2 peice in and works great. i moved the evap canister and had a crossmember made. no vibration at all.
 

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but i cid prob have a steal shaft made here also something with less diameter.. where can i find the trans yolk? just want to explore all my options

I had called some shops and asked them if they could make a 1 piece driveshaft smaller in diameter like the extended cabs and they said it wouldnt workfor some reason. I forgot what they said. Id much rather have a smaller one piece than a 2 piece
 

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I almost did the exact same thing last weekend trying to haul a bunch of dirt. Thank god I installed taller then normal bumpstops. However, everytime I hit a large bump my driveshaft would rub. After it was all said and done I had a nice clean scrap right on the weld of the rear yoke. So to fix it, last night I notched the crossmember so I won't happen again. I have no idea why CC driveshafts are so damn large.

John
 

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well i think i found the e cab drive shaft andinstead of being down and not drivin my truck this weekend iam just going to get it and weld in a mount for the carrier bearing i found it at a junk yard for a buck 25
 

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ne 1 got pics of the cross member?? iam going to have to do this soon while pops is home to weld it in!
+1, I'm looking to do this too. I'm searching around right now for some ideas/pix.
 
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