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1999 - 2000 Ford F250 Truck Driveshaft FRONT

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1999 - 2000 Ford F250 Truck Driveshaft FRONT

1999 - 2000 Ford F250 Truck Driveshaft FRONT (A1 Cardone REMAN) for Models with Diesel Engine

This FRONT Driveshaft is a newly remanufactured part that has been rebuilt to very strict quality control standards. It is just what you need to get your vehicle in good working order!


Replaces FRONT Driveshaft
Rebuilt to strict quality control standards
Replaces dealer part numbers: YC3W4A376AB, YC3W 4A376 AB, ,YC3WAB, YC3W AB, 5C34 4A376 DA, 5C34 4A376 DB, 5C34 4A376 DC, 5C34 4A376 DD, 5C34 4A376 DE, 5C34 4A376 DF, 5C34 4A376 DG, 5C34 4A376 DH, 5C34 DA, 5C344A376DA, 5C344A376DB, 5C344A376DC, 5C344A376DD, 5C344A376DE, 5C344A376DF, 5C344A376DG, 5C344A376DH, 5C34DA
No core charge
Construction type:
Transfer Case Side: Double Cardan
Front Axle Side: U-Joint
3 Year Manufacturers Limited Warranty*
Next Day Air Shipping available at extra cost
Features & Benefits of this rebuilt driveshaft:

100% Dynamically Balanced. - Reduces vibration and increases joint life. Dynamic balance is better than static because the unit is balanced at the speeds it will see on the vehicle.
100% New Universal Joints Installed. - Ensures proper fit & function for optimal performance and durability
All slip yokes are lubricated to O.E. specifications to prevent premature wear.
High speed balancing at 3200 RPMs ensure vibration-free operation.
All shafts are measured to guarantee proper fit.
Drive shafts may need replacing for a variety of different reasons. On vehicles that do heavy work or endure other extreme use you can actually break a driveshaft or twist it. Many plow trucks will actually break the CV or Universal joints trying to push heavy wet snow. More often the CV or U-joints wear out causing noises and vibration while accelerating or slowing.

*Backed by manufacturer's Limited 3 Year warranty. In the event this driveshaft should fail due to manufacturing defects during intended use, we will REPLACE the part free of charge (excludes shipping charges) for the original purchaser. Please keep your invoice for proof of this warranty

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