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Old 06-05-2013, 04:41 AM   #1
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Driveshafts

I'm looking for a one piece driveshaft. I know AM has them but the $760 price tag is kind of steep. Has anyone used Denny's driveshaft? Denny's has a few different driveshafts available depending on how much HP you make. They range from $400-550. Just seeing if anyone has had any experience with this company. My car will probably never see anything over 500 HP, if even FI.
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Find a wrecked out gt500 in your local junk yard and save a couple hundred bucks.
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Find a wrecked out gt500 in your local junk yard and save a couple hundred bucks.
Lol since those are so common
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I would ckeck out this place The Driveshaft shop they make good stuff I don't have an Alum drive shaft in my GT yet but I have used their axles and driveshaft in the past when I was into imports
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Not super common, but also not hard to find.
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Not super common, but also not hard to find.
Idk my buddy's family owns a large junk yard, ill ask him to look them up. They never got one tho, not even s197s, just mostly new edges
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I guess it's because I live near a military base and there are a lot of young dumb boys doing dumb stuff.
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I guess it's because I live near a military base and there are a lot of young dumb boys doing dumb stuff.
Well I live in the Chicagoland, so it's hard getting newer model cars in the yards, if they do they last only seconds, and a lot of Mexicans buy them as a whole cars and rebuild them in Mexico for profit
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Well I live in the Chicagoland, so it's hard getting newer model cars in the yards, if they do they last only seconds, and a lot of Mexicans buy them as a whole cars and rebuild them in Mexico for profit
Ours are too lazy. They just buy ****ty used cars here to make profit there.
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Shaftmasters.com has a great driveshaft for the s197 models. Its only 599.99 with free shipping... of you don't like it they will give you your money back
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Are all 05-09 DS the same auto or manual as one will fit the other
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No they are not...you have to check and make sure
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