so say $330 and you got the sye with the companion flange and thats a 2"
$20 CV drive shaft from my local pick and pull out of an '86 Chevy 1 ton pickup
A useless $20 cv shaft from any 86 gm with a saginaw style cv with a 3.125
pilot that you can't do nothing with
$50 to have it shortened, trued and rebalanced by my local driveline shop.
$50 wasted on a shaft you can't use because you think you got it from a 86 gm and probably a ford, but you must have had $15 worth of beer already
$15 for sodas and chips.
So I am under $400 for my super short slip yoke eliminator kit installed on a Saturday afternoon.
$15 for soda and chips to eat while you can't get the shaft in on saturday or sunday, and monday, tuesday, wednesday $415 later you realize you should have put the pipe down . . . and stop telling people to do things with shafts that won't work from vehicles that won't interchange. Then the other issue are that those shafts do not offer all that much angle either.
You are such a help in afro engineering and how to do it all wrong
A smart person would not go over something that could contact a important piece of needed driveline equipment.
See when i go off-roading if you break either shaft YOU aren't getting out, so you learn to use your eyes and brain to choose a line that doesn't cause you to be stuck and or playing outback behind a shanty afro engineer on a trail in everyone else's way
Again for the last damn time, no gm ever used a 2" pilot so getting the sye with a companion flange makes your idea useless.
The only gm's that ever used a 1310 centering yoke were the rare 70's with a np205 ...
Stop telling people misinformation, i'll give you credit there atleast you are keeping the internet true with further misinformation for people to believe.