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NJ - Farmingdale - Custom Driveshafts

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NJ - Farmingdale - Custom Driveshafts

Post #1 by SoCar72 » Wed Jul 22, 2009 10:42 am

I opted to go with a custom built driveshaft for my AT to T5 conversion. I found Mr.Driveshaft in Farmingdale, NJ, a few miles east of Freehold in central NJ.

All they do are driveshafts, steel or aluminum, for anything from motorcycles to earthmovers. They did excellent work and are reasonably priced. I got mine for about $200 fully balanced and flawless.
'63 Falcon 4dr, 170 stock, 3.20:1 7.25"
T5 ('85 Mustang 5.0) 3.35 1st - 0.68 5th, 25mpg city / 27mpg hwy
Pertronix Ignitor II & Coil, 16x7 Cragar 345's re-bored for 4-lug, 215/60 R16 BFG's

'69 Mach 1, 351w modified, 4sp Top Load, 3.00 9", Torq-Thrust II's 17x8f, 17x9.5r, 245/45f, 275/40r
'79 F-250 2wd, 300, Offy with 470 Holley T/A, Hedman Long Tubes, 4sp OD MT, 3.40 Dana 60

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