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I just ordered my aluminum driveshaft, I can't wait to get it. Did anyone have any snags installing it? It sounds pretty easy. I can't wait for the test drive!
 

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Make sure you have a helper to put the brake on while you loosen and tighten. I could tell a big difference in noise. It was almost like putting on a new set of quieter tires, even the wife noticed it was quieter.
 

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Buy it from www.fordspeed.com. They had it on sale for $169 two weeks ago. Maybe they will still give you the sale price. Contact Joe Bonczek @ 800-683-7099 and tell him John Lenyszyn referred you. He has been cutting me some good deals. Their shipping charge was cheap as well. They ship the same day you order.

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I bought mine from Fordspeed in Florida. Joe is one cool dude. I paid 172 after shipping.
 

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I would think a half hour to one hour max at what ever the going shop rate is. Maybe $30-$60 dollars.
 

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I got mine from Joe too. Really nice guy. They had a problem with shipping and was supposed to meet me in NC in three days. He called me the day before and said they had a problem and were going to overnight it, no extra charge. It's super easy to install. All you need is a 12mm wrench and some Lock Tight to put on the bolts when you're putting it all back together. Read some of the threads on the site. Some of the BullittHeads have got some great photos on how to install it. :grin:
 

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If you take it to a shop to install it should cost more than $25. With the car up on a lift it is a 10 minute job. If the rear of the car is slightly higher than the front you will not loose a drop of tranny fluid.

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Diversified Products. $159. It's too easy to put on so don't pay anyone to do it.
 

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The salesman I bought good ol' 2759 from hooked me up with a mechanic that works at the dealership. He does work after hours, there at the dealership. I don't know how he gets away with it. But, he charged me twenty bucks. Took fifteen minutes. He'll be installing my gears and chip too. Dealer service at a 1/4 the cost.
 

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DOES ANYONE HAVE A ACTUAL FORD PART NUMBER FOR THE DRIVESHAFT?? ONE PLACE SAYS THE 98 IS THE SAME THING, IS THIS TRUE??
 

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the part number from the Ford Racing catalog
is M-4602-J
that is the same part number FordSpeed used when i bought mine from them!
 
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