Question about 1998 Chevrolet C1500
Posted by Anonymous on
They should all bolt in. Watch for overall length because they could have different length tail shafts depending on what they came out of. You may run into some difficulty getting your driveshaft to fit. However, those come in different lengths as well and it is usually not too hard to find one, the size you want in a scrapyard. Hope this helps.
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