Question about Ford Mustang
Posted by Anonymous on
This isn't something that should be advised on line.
You might need a 2 piece drive shaft with a carrier bearing, or a single piece might work.
You'll need to take into consideration the length of the spline (either @ the tail shaft of the transmission or @ the carrier bearing) to make sure there is sufficient spline length to allow for the lengthening and shortening of the overall length as the rear axle moves up and down with the increase or decrease in spring loading. Also need to be aware (on a vertical plane) of the relative parallelism of the transmission output shaft and the differential input shaft.
This one can bite you big time if you don't do all your homework!
In any event, you'll probably be better of if you engage the services of a professional drive line shop in your area.
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