Originally Posted by Moabrubi
Definitely repair and keep as a spare IMO. Throw it in the back on trips far away from home so you don't have to use front wheel drive or pay a bunch for another drive shaft.
I think that's going to be a game plan, first I need to break it down and see what really broke.
Forgot to add I am happy to have a welder
last guy who changed the tire on my bike must have torqued it to 200 ft lbs because there was no way I could get the dang nut off. Tried PB blaster, heat, Impact and for nothing. Finally bust out the welder and went to town...another $68 buck in parts, just my luck