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Looking at aftermarket dive shafts, i noticed that 2004-2006 get "lumped together" as the same model. Now i Have both an 04' and and 05' here and their definitely different lengths, are the 6.0L cars a little longer than the others? Thanks in advance.
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Looking at aftermarket dive shafts, i noticed that 2004-2006 get "lumped together" as the same model. Now i Have both an 04' and and 05' here and their definitely different lengths, are the 6.0L cars a little longer than the others? Thanks in advance.
You said you have them both there, so why not messure them yourself??
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I have both drive shafts, i know they're different, i however do not have both cars. I would just like to know why they're different...
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Aftermarket driveshafts are interchangeable, they require you to change the pinon yoke. Stock driveshafts are not. Stock 04 drive shaft has a smaller diameter yoke than the 05+ witch are stronger driveshafts.



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