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Old 11-10-2014, 07:30 PM   #1
IvanRad
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Default Alluminum driveshaft question + 7.5 - 8.8 rear end

I currently purchased a DSS driveshaft pics are attached . I went to my local shop that has done plenty of aftermarket work . They measured my current drive shaft which is stock and attached to my 7.5 in rear end.
It measured to be 53 inches stock.
The dss driveshaft i have is 51 inches. And has a 6 bolt pattern . I would like to install it to my stock 7.5 in rear end before i do the 8.8 in conversion.
Will this cobra adapter pinion fit my 7.5 in rear end ? With the dss driveshaft? Or do i have to do the 8.8 conversion first ?
The website from speed concepts doesnt state whether it comes with extra long bolts . My shop said i will need larger bolts .
http://www.speedconcepts.net/product_info.php?products_id=757
Let me know what you guys think .
Current mods on my 07 V6 pony package
* shorty headers m2
* underdrive pulley asp w/ gates belt
* dual exhaust with resonators will be removed soon
* vmptune 91 jlt cai
* ported and polished throttle body with improved shaft for quick acceleration
* strut brace
* gt calipers and rotors


Called dss they dont know what driveshaft i have . Btw . No serial numbers or markings driveshaft is brand new just no packaging .
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