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Ford Racing 1 Pc driveshaft

desmo900

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Yep - I have the same thing and couldn’t agree more! Except about the vibration in the shifter, but that’s due to solid motor mounts, the MGW and Blowfish bracket[emoji6]


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Daegoba

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Charlotte NC
Finally got the Ford (Actually Dana) alum drive shaft and had it installed. No more clunk from worn out center bearing (moving about 1/4 " in any direction. Smoother, quicker rev up, and no more vibration in the stick. This is what Ford should have used from the start.
Huh, so the FRPP are actually Spicer units? I had no idea.
 

blacksheep-1

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It's lowered about an inch, roush springs and Bilstein b8hd.
you should have no issues with it, an inch is not that big of a deal in the grand scheme of things and Desmo is right, the vibration through the shifter is extreme, but it's not because of the driveshaft, as he stated, it's mostly the Blowfish shifter bracket, which is normal, and a great addition as it not only doubles as the shifter mount, but as a driveshaft loop as well.
 

Hawaii50

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you should have no issues with it, an inch is not that big of a deal in the grand scheme of things and Desmo is right, the vibration through the shifter is extreme, but it's not because of the driveshaft, as he stated, it's mostly the Blowfish shifter bracket, which is normal, and a great addition as it not only doubles as the shifter mount, but as a driveshaft loop as well.
I don't have the blowfish bracket, just the mgw.
 

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