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Old 09-25-2015, 08:44 AM   #1
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I have a 4" Mark Williams 7075 Accubond driveshaft that was used on my regular cab short bed silverado build. It includes a 1350 billet slip yolk and new HD 1350 ujoints. This driveshaft will fit any sierra or silverado in RC SB configuration that has a turbo 400 or 4l80e transmission. This is the same material MWE uses for funny cars and 10.5 outlaw cars. It will support upwards of 2000hp.

This driveshaft was $1100 new and it was only used for dyno time. 850 +paypal +shipping Still looks brand new. Only selling because I changed transmissions and this one is not long enough. See the spec sheet PDF for complete dimension details.

Thanks for looking Justin 734-658-2124

Located in Southeast MI.
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morning bump !
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Was this built specifically for a th400 with a Dana 60 rear?
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Its was! my buddies 14 bolt is 3/8ths of an inch further back than my 60 and it will fit on his truck.

the graphic showing the measurements is what you want to base it off of. that and a measurement from center of pinion yolk to the rear seal of the trans. should be 60.5" if your within 1/8"-1/4" the shaft will fit.
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