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2003 rubicon stock tear drive shaft
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$65 shipped in the continental USA. 90,000 miles on it, good trail spare.

$45 local pickup (Ann Arbor, MI)
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Unread 03-04-2014, 03:18 PM   #2
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Do you know the length of the shaft from U-joint center to U-joint center?
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Do you know the length of the shaft from U-joint center to U-joint center?
It's a stock rubicon (tj) rear shaft so it's not a slip yoke and also has a flange on the end to mount up to the np241or. If you are interested in the measurement still I can tear the packaging apart and collect it.
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Did it come from an auto or manual trans? That might help. If it's already packaged up, you can get an approx. It looks to be one of the longer ones, but I've gotta be sure. I'm using it for other than a stock YJ setup btw
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Did it come from an auto or manual trans? That might help. If it's already packaged up, you can get an approx. It looks to be one of the longer ones, but I've gotta be sure. I'm using it for other than a stock YJ setup btw
I gotcha, it's from a manual trans, I can take the spitball measurement when I get home.
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I gotcha, it's from a manual trans, I can take the spitball measurement when I get home.
Did some measuring tonight (the lazy way). From one u-joint to the next is a little over 13" at its natural length (it compresses and extends). Close to 15.5" to the face of the t-case flange.

If you are seriously interested ill undo my pretty wrapping job and take more accurate measurements.
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Thanks for the measurements, I appreciate it. Unfortunately it is the manual shaft that is shorter, and it won't work for me. Thanks again for taking the time. - Joe
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Thanks for the measurements, I appreciate it. Unfortunately it is the manual shaft that is shorter, and it won't work for me. Thanks again for taking the time. - Joe
No worries man, thanks for looking
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