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Old 05-04-2008, 08:27 PM   #1
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Drive shaft Swap?

Hey everyone! I've been getting the 20 to 30 accel. and deccel. vibes. And I've tryed getting rid of it, Ive lowered the CSB and that help the 40+ vibes. But I know that the true remody is to get rid of the 2 piece drive shaft that we have. So I was wondering If anyone knows of a good driveshaft shop in the Vancouver/Portland, OR. area? I've searched on line, and no luck. Any help appreciated, thanx!
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Old 05-04-2008, 08:53 PM   #2
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You know, I'v never had this happen..did you suffer this before the mods? I ask this 'cause I run stock suspension and the stock tires. I've got the two-piece too.
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Contact Tom Woods Drive Shaft. He has done numerous shafts for a bunch of folks over at TN. Average price, including shipping is $400.
He is well known in the off-road community and makes some of the best drive shafts out there. I actually just installed mine last week, and was very impressed with his quality work.
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Cool, I will check it out. Though Ive never installed Drive shafts before, Im sure that my local shop would do it. But thanks for the help.

And no Ridge I didn't have this problem when I was all stock. Just after the lift and tires where put on.
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Looking for a driveshaft

I was told i need a new driveshaft for my 2007 double cab Tacoma off road package does any one have idea where i can get one the dealer want to much
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I was told i need a new driveshaft for my 2007 double cab Tacoma off road package does any one have idea where i can get one the dealer want to much
have you found one? I want to get rid of my 1 piece and go back to a 2 piece
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