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Old 03-20-2011, 09:41 AM   #1
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Default Anyone running a Cost Driveline shaft??

I have chance to get a coast drive line DS at a big discount. its the 4" version for GTs. I am wondering if any of you are lowered moderately like i am at about 1.5" or so and running it. the desc says you may need an adjustable upper rear control arm. i am just wondering if that is accurate. i had been told by shaftmasters that I would be fine without one on my car since its not lowered that much.
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Old 03-20-2011, 09:56 AM   #2
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I have chance to get a coast drive line DS at a big discount. its the 4" version for GTs. I am wondering if any of you are lowered moderately like i am at about 1.5" or so and running it. the desc says you may need an adjustable upper rear control arm. i am just wondering if that is accurate. i had been told by shaftmasters that I would be fine without one on my car since its not lowered that much.
I have a shaftmasters 4" and never had a problem with clearance issues, I am lowered 1.5 aswell.
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I have a shaftmasters 4" and never had a problem with clearance issues, I am lowered 1.5 aswell.
im not so much worried about clearance as i am needing to get an adjustable rea upper a-arm or whatever they are caleld fro pinion angle. You didnt need one of those?
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im not so much worried about clearance as i am needing to get an adjustable rea upper a-arm or whatever they are caleld fro pinion angle. You didnt need one of those?
Nope, I still have the stock UCA.
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