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Old 02-17-2014, 07:31 PM   #1
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Exclamation WTB, Need driveshaft really, REALLY bad...!!!

in desperate need of the rear drive shaft for a 1996 short bed standard cab 4x4 tacoma....... PLEASE HELP, thanks

UPDATE : DRIVE SHAFT BOUGHT AND DELIVERED, THANKS FOR ALL THE HELP...!!! I hope to meet some new trail and camping / fishing buds on here...!!! Stephen Moore...
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Old 02-17-2014, 08:07 PM   #2
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Out of curiosity, did the double cardan joint go bad in yours? Stat making a rattling and vibrating?
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No I'm missing the other end, I bought the truck non running and the precious owner was a douche and took it out and said it was bad so he somehow lost half of the drive shaft... He just drove around in front wheel drive instead of fixing it right... So I rescued the truck rebuilt the motor and I did find a driveshaft at car-part.com .... Yota yard also had one but I went with WNC AUTO PARTS. I got one for 95 plus 25 shipping....
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LOL gotcha. Well, a word of advice, if the double cardan joint has a lot of play or is tight, rebuild it before you put it in. A lot of people will tell you it can't be done but you just have to know where to look. Any drive shaft shop can get the parts. I rebuilt mine and did new U joints and had it balanced as well for under $80. And good call on the WNC auto parts! I just went over there a couple weeks ago and bought all kinds of stuff off of them. They are really cheap.
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BTW I noticed your from Knoxville. Im from kingsport, over near Johnson city, TN. I've heard about a place down near Oak Ridge called Windrock park. You ever been/ know if its any good? A bit off topic, but I thought I'd ask
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So all you needed was the slip yoke? I have several of those lying here.
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Heck yeah, man! good to know we aren't alone!
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windrock is AWESOME (been on atv's) never in trucks.
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I used to wheel my 04 rubicon at wind rock , that place is awesome..!!!
And yeah all I needed was the slip yoke they delivered it today 120 shipping and all...
TN guys are the best also..!!! LMAO..!!!
And if you gotta extra slip yoke laying around I will buy one to have an extra driveshaft laying around for a spare..!!!!!!
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Soon as I get the cudzuu off my truck I'll post some pics it's all stock right now but I have lots of goodies laying here for a damn good start on my new trail truck... 15x10 Bart racing wheels, 33/12.50r15s, 3 inch lift... It's a start anyway...!!!
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And if you gotta extra slip yoke laying around I will buy one to have an extra driveshaft laying around for a spare..!!!!!!
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Good to hear! I plan on going down when it warms up a little
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you will love it, just watch the trails some arent marked very good as in easy or hard and what-not, but most are marked pretty good.... i nose dived my rubicon off a huge boulder on a supposedly EASY trail...! rock bumpers saved me though...!
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driveshaft

Just wondering if there is a difference between auto trans and manual trans for that truck year. Is there enough slip room to use either? Probably dumb question. I do know they are different lengths.
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thats a good question..?!?!?
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BIG shout out to mark for the extra slip yoke..... spare parts are always cool...!!!
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also i just got the title for my truck and the title states that its a 95, but the door jamb says its a 1996... so im guessing its a 1995.5 truck.
it has the manual locking hubs and a buddy of mine has a 96 and its electric...??? WEIRD...!!!

also i have a new tailgate handle, door mirrors, lugnuts, and new clutch on the way. i cant
wait to start putting this truck together its gonna be sweeet...!!!
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you will love it, just watch the trails some arent marked very good as in easy or hard and what-not, but most are marked pretty good.... i nose dived my rubicon off a huge boulder on a supposedly EASY trail...! rock bumpers saved me though...!
Lol that's awesome, man! I'm pretty stoked about it
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also i just got the title for my truck and the title states that its a 95, but the door jamb says its a 1996... so im guessing its a 1995.5 truck.
it has the manual locking hubs and a buddy of mine has a 96 and its electric...??? WEIRD...!!!

also i have a new tailgate handle, door mirrors, lugnuts, and new clutch on the way. i cant
wait to start putting this truck together its gonna be sweeet...!!!
Nice! putting it together is half the fun. I'm swapping in a new dash at the moment
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