Question for anyone in the know. When I rebuild my Blazer this summer, I plan on swapping in a Dana 60/14-bolt combo for the front and rear. I also will be bolting up a new BDS 6" suspension kit. I currently have a Tom Woods driveshaft that has 1350 U-joints that mates to a 1350 yoke in the 10-bolt axle (also suppplied by Tom Woods). My question is this: Is the difference in the length of the 14-bolt diff vs the 10-bolt diff enough to allow me to run the stock length driveshaft, even with the lift? I had planned on a new C.V. jointed rear shaft from Tom Woods but if I can save another $300 and keep my current driveshaft, it sure would be nice. Thanks Brian Still in search of the TBI KING!!