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Wtb: Crew Cab Long Bed Driveshaft 2wd Sm465...urgent...

Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by draggbody, Nov 14, 2006.

  1. draggbody

    draggbody 1/2 ton status

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    as the title says... i need carrier bearing and both shafts... ok condition is fine... dont care about the u joints... they will be replaced...
     
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    Jimbo* 1/2 ton status

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    I can supply the rear shaft, but one truck was a 4x4, and the other has a 4l80; so front shaft won't work. Make offer.
    Jimbo
     
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    i have a 2pc d/s cameout of 74 lwb c10 400 turbo to 12 bolt
    make offer
    George
     
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  4. imiceman44

    imiceman44 1 ton status

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    I have the front portion off a crew cab 2wd with 465, if I can find it in my mess I will let you know in the next couple of days. :doah:
     
  5. draggbody

    draggbody 1/2 ton status

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    well the truck showed up today and it is a reg cab long bed dually... i am wanting to make the wheelbase the same as a crewcab long bed... simply to make the driveshaft mod easier... i am using the truck to haul scrap off BTW... i did notice that the truck has a two piece shaft now, does anyone know which shaft would be different, or both... it looks like it is going to be easier to stretch the rear half of the truck... after the carrier bearing, not in front...
     
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    The difference is in the front piece it's shorter in the regular cab.
    If you stretch it in the back you will have a very long rear shaft.
     
  7. MTMike

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    I have the 2 pieces of driveshaft from the parts crew cab I bought, but I don't believe I have the carrier bearing.

    Unknown tranny, but it was a 2wd. The front shaft has a slip yoke

    PM me if interested & I can send pix.

    EDIT: I do in fact have the carrier bearing.
     
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