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Ive only had my nnbs for a week, its a brand new 09 rcsb 4x4 i was just looking under it today and i noticed my drive shaft and spindles are completly coated in rust. is this normal? or should i take it back to the dealer. everything else under it looks brand new. the rear drive shaft is rusted from ujoint to ujoint although the ujoints themselfs are fine. also i live in central California and my truck hasnt even seen the rain since ive owned it.
 

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some are steel, some aluminum. mine is aluminum for the rear, steel for the front. same thing, rust. its normal, dont worry about it. going to the dealer for some things is a waste of time, and thats one of them.
 

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Typical GM stuff, big deal.
 

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I love my aluminum dshaft
 

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I though GM went all Aluminum drive shaft in NNBS?
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every NNBS I've seen has an aluminum drive shaft. But maybe that's cause I live in rust country so they put them on all the truck destined for up here? :shrug:

as said before, the spindles rusting is normal
 
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