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so I call driveshaft specialist in San Antonio and they quoted me 335. Does that sound about right? It includes the yoke.
 

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i can have one shortened, welded, balanced with new yolkes and all for $167. I can get a brand new drive shaft made for $400
 

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Yeah this is brand new, I don't have an original to start with. Alls I got is one from my nova but it's too short and the u-joints are different.
 

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why not go find one on craigslist for $50 and take it in. and save $150-200
 

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well, I need a driveshaft in which the u-joint has the clips on the inside. I have a yoke but it's clips are on the outside. Finding one is all dandy, but I need one with that style u-joint but a yoke for a TH-350. My tranny is a short tail. Any ideas of a starting point of a vehicle to look for, I think I measured 65.25 inches.
 
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