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Old 01-13-2014, 01:11 PM
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WTB: rear 2-piece driveshaft for a T18

Looking to swap out my RAT 3.03 3-speed manual for a T18 4-speed that I have. Unfortunately, the factory 3-speed driveshaft is a 1-piece with a slip-yoke, and the T18 is a lot shorter, with a fixed drive-yoke. I need a 2-piece driveshaft with the carrier bearing in the middle. I believe any longbed 4x2 F250 or F150 with the T18 from the 70s-80s will work.

Truck: 1982 F100 4x2 reg.cab/8' bed.
Location: Columbus, OH
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