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perf-list Digest Thu, 02 Nov 2000 Volume: 2000  Issue: 164

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Date: Thu, 02 Nov 2000 07:33:46 -0700
From: Corbin Johnson <streetrod>
Subject: Driveshafts

Got a question guys, I have a 72 F-100 long bed. I just dropped in a new
"healthy" heart for my baby, a 428SCJ. Since it being a long bed, I have
the two peice drive line with the carrier bearing. The question is that
since I am pumping out 627hp, I am curious as to which type of drive
line is more durable, an extended one peice or stick with the two
peice, which I have now. I have asked many of shops and many  fellow
racers and I am getting nothing, some say one peice, some say the other.
I for one am not sure which way to go, with a one peice, I would think
that that the hp would just twist in 1/2 and that the carrier would
fail. Either way I am going to weld in two driveshaft loops for saftey.
Thanks for your time yall. TIA

72 F-100   428SCJ  :)


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