You can always cut them, main thing is to make sure they are threaded enough to tighten down all the way.
That,s kool don't need the 4wheel drive because it's at wercker yardIll chime in about the facts of bagging a 4wd truck with a basic wite up. Give me a week or two.
But one misconception i can tell you right off the bat is that the drive shafts do not bind even when a 4wd truck is layed out enguaged in 4wd. They are almost line straight. Thats why im really superised companies have found this out for 4wd static drops and decided to go lower then 3" in front. Lifting the truck causes much more driveshaft angel. Moving on, ill have my bagged info up in a couple weeks.
That,s kool don't need the 4wheel drive because it's at wercker yard
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