I lifted my truck about 6" and moved the front axle 1.5" forward and the front shaft is too short. I've decided to make a square front shaft out of the components of my old shaft. This will allow me to run 52's or 56's for cheap in the d-shaft department. My plan is to use the old CV and yoke, with a 2" square tube inside a 2.5" square tube, with the larger tube being on the CV side. If I can find DOM for both that'd be great, but I'm pretty sure HREW will do with a little modification. I'll drill and tap the big tube in a couple of locations for grease zerks. Are there any glaring flaws with this? I'm probably gonna go to a 52" or 56" setup in front in the next year or two so a high $$$ driveshaft isn't worth it right now. Opinions and experiences are welcome.