Front U-joint Option For Driveshaft Kit 910-383
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Speedway Motors has partnered with FastShafts to now offer Custom Length drive shafts.
This is the front u-joint option that is part of the custom length 3" steel drive shaft # 910-383 and as such is only available as part of kit # 910-383 (Please note that this kit item # 910-3832 is shown here for product reference purposes only and is not available as a separate component currently)
Front and Rear U-joint applications:
GM & Ford common u-joint apps:
( 1310 ) 1-1/16" cap X 3-7/32" wide
( 1330 ) 1-1/16" cap X 3-5/8" wide
( 1350 ) 1-3/16" cap X 3-5/8" wide
( 3R ) 1-1/8" cap X 3-5/8" wide - inside snap ring
( 7260 ) 1.078" cap x 2.125" inside snap ring
( 7290 ) 1.126" cap x 2.290" inside snap ring
(Please note that this kit item # 910-3832 is shown here for product reference purposes only and is not available as a separate component currently)
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