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Old 04-14-2012, 12:10 AM   #1  
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worth getting? are they stronger than a stock driveshaft? which one would i get for my stang with a c4 trans? thanks guys
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They are worth getting, lighter than the steel driveshaft the factory installs.
Anyplace you can go lighter in the drivetrain is worth some E.T.
I use one on my 10 second 84 Mustang on a full spool and slicks so I think they are strong enough..
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