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Flaming River EZ Shaft
For sale is a lightly used Flaming River EZ Shaft for a CJ w/power steering. It is a BEAST of a shaft, and was used for roughly 4 wheeling trips and around 400 miles on the street. I would say like new, but there is light surface rust on the pins for the u-joints, so it is "almost" like new (I can clean off before shipping if it needs to look "pretty".

I had to take off because a 2" BL plus moving the box forward 1.5" necessitated a longer shaft. Worked great with 2"BL and the box in the stock location.

Looking for 180 plus the ride.

Building a Jeep is like playing golf, every now and then you get a good shot that makes you believe, hey I can do this!
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Listed on: 07-07-2014, 03:14 PM
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State: PA
City: Philadelphia
Zip Code: 19130
Model: CJ

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Shipping: Local Pick-up ,Will Ship
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Unread 07-15-2014, 02:13 PM   #2
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Man, I JUST bought a B-son shaft for $100 more! And this shaft, after reading reviews, sounds MUCHO betterest. This happens every time I read the classifieds here! Besides the hydro assist, is there anything else you are giving away?
Good luck w/the sale. At that price, I'm sure it'll go fast.
The only "FINISHED CJ" is the stripped one in a junkyard w/a bent frame.
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Unread 07-15-2014, 10:56 PM   #3
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I pretty much cried when I realized it did not fit (and ended up having to get a B-son shaft since I did not want to poly up the $$ for a new one of these.)

I shot you a PM will all the random goodies I have floating around.
Building a Jeep is like playing golf, every now and then you get a good shot that makes you believe, hey I can do this!
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