Question about 2000 Chevrolet 3500
2000 Chevy 3500 had lift kit put on , broke the old front right half shaft.
put rebuilt on is 2" too short . napa says it's the right part.lift kit manufacturer does sell spacers bu they are only half an inch.
I can't see driving 500miles on old shaft and now needing a 2" spacer.
can someone tellme the correct length this shaft should be or a drawing of the original so I can see what the hack I should do?
Go kick who ever installed your lift for not doing it right. The front differential will have to be dropped the amount of the lift to make the axles work. You may have to install a slightly longer front drive shaft also.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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