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Need a new driveshaft for my ford f250 4x4 long

Need a new drive shaft for my ford f250 4x4 long wheel base rear shaft my old shaft is worn out @the yoke and spline. i would like to know if anyone in Tucson custom builds shafts.i live close by. i changed motor tranny and transfer case.the original shaft is about 3inches to long.can you help me find a drive line shop that does good work.i am a serous off road enthusiast

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Tucson Driveline and Balance:

Contact Tucson Driveline & Balance Phone: (520) 792-1706 Business Profile for Tucson Driveline & Balance Services: Drive Shafts
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Applies to 2006 Mazda Mazda3:
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Could be a number of things - you're going to end up checking the entire car.

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1 Inspect Rod Bearing - Incorrect Rod or Main Bearing Clearances.
2 Inspect Rocker Arm - Worn or Incorrectly Adjusted Rocker Arm(s).
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