What a day! Leave school for lunch. On my way to subway. Stop at the stopsign about a mile from school, turn left, and right as i get ontop of the bridge i hear a bang and feel no more acceleration. Knew it was the driveshaft. Stop asap and get out. Ujoint at Tcase blew. First thought it was cause of angles. Then saw all the different colors from the heat and figured out it was from the straps being too tight, keeping bearings from rolling, causing them to melt to the joint, and blow through the side of the caps. Call up Koldsimer from here on CK5 and he comes with some tools. I just got the blazer running and hadnt had time to put tools in there. Got rear shaft off and Koldsimer heads back home. i throw it in 4hi and start towards the closest parking lot. Pull up to the light, check traffic, and start turning. Didnt make it 2 feet. Front shaft blew off. I was livin at this point. I couldnt beleive it. Then noticed the straps on the front hadnt been tightened fully after we installed the lift. Call a friend in a 85 blazer. Couldnt find a tow point on his blazer to pull mine. Call up Koldsimer again and hes back on his way from his house AGAIN! He pulls me to the parking lot and we performed roadside ujoint swap surgery. I couldnt beleive all this happened. But really it could have happened at a worse time. I could be offroad. No tellin where, or no one to help. If it wasnt for Koldsimer i really would not know what to do and blazer might not even be moving currently. I owe him bigtime and am really glad that i have a friend like him to help me out like that.