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    Drive Shaft Shop (DSS) Carbon Fiber Driveshaft - Price Reduced

    Description: BIG PRICE DROP !

    This driveshaft is set up for a NAG1 and 8.8, can also be used with Nag 1/ Getrag rear with Coupler and plate change. It can easily be converted to work with a NAG1.

    Perfect condition, fits Magnum, Charger and 300 NAG1 only This driveshaft retails for $1599, so the listed price is now half of retail.

    To convert to use with a Getrag, the parts are $200 through DSS. Just press out a u-joint and replace the yoke. DSS has the coupler and rear plate/yoke if needed. If converting, there might be a need to mill 1/4" off the face of the alum adapter.

    You wont fine a nicer example for less money anywhere.

    $799 plus shipping.

    I ONLY ACCEPT PAYMENT THROUGH PAYPAL, DO NOT PAY THROUGH THIS SITE.

    Price (USD): $1

    Location: NE Ohio
    Shipping & Pickup: Can Meet / Pick Up in person, Can ship within Country
    Shipping Cost (USD): $55






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    A5 or M6?

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    LX or LC?

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    Edited the first post - LX only
    Quote Originally Posted by I.R.-LEGEND View Post
    LX or LC?

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    Is it this one? I have the car in my sig. Need to be sure it fits.
    My rear is stock. I'll need a coupler, correct?
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    Yes, this would fit with the rear plate changed and the coupler from DSS. They have both.

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    Price reduced !

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    All reasonable offers considered

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    I called the dss and unfortunately they told me this wouldn't work for my nag1/215mm rear. I was interested so good luck with your sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clears View Post
    I called the dss and unfortunately they told me this wouldn't work for my nag1/215mm rear. I was interested so good luck with your sale.
    They are correct in that as is, it will not work. However if you use this:
    SRT8 Converts 4-Bolt Differential Flange to 1350 U-Joint Flange and use this

    1350 U-Joint Flange 2.85 X 2.45 pattern with a 2.75 pilot

    These adapters and yokes are on the DSS site and are readily available. The driveshaft will work and bolt right up when you change these out and the pair is less than $200. There may be a need to machine 1/8 to 1/4" off the alum. adapter plate.
    If someone has a Getrag, there is a different adapter and it will work with Getrags as well.

    If you are still interested, lets make a deal !
    Last edited by BuckeyeGuy; 06-09-2017 at 01:21 PM.

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    Bump for a big price reduction!

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    What is the weight saving going with your driveshaft compared with stock?
    Thank you!

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    Actually there is only about a 4lb weight savings vs stock, but that is less rotating mass. The big benefit is the "wrap" effect on a launch, it softens the shock loading to the tires and improves 60' times. That and it takes less hp to spin as it is one piece without the middle carrier bearing and middle joints.
    Last edited by BuckeyeGuy; 06-19-2017 at 08:16 AM.

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    Make me an offer, I want this gone !!

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    Man I just bought a new OEM shaft
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    Personal best 8.473 in the 1/8 and spinning like a fool, on old Toyos, pre Tranzformer, old suspension, and old stock engine, new times to come.

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