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What is this Piece called?

im looking for this piece for my driveshaft, not sure if u can buy it separate or not but im sure somebody here will know ... let me know what its called bc I cannot find a name for it in the book.

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im looking for this piece for my driveshaft, not sure if u can buy it separate or not but im sure somebody here will know ... let me know what its called bc I cannot find a name for it in the book.
Is it the "half shaft" going from the front axle to the wheel?
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Is it the "half shaft" going from the front axle to the wheel?
nah that's going from the front driveshaft to the transfer case. I think autozone has a rebuild kit for them about 150 bucks? Idk. http://www.autozone.com/drivetrain/d...mString=search
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nah that's going from the front driveshaft to the transfer case. I think autozone has a rebuild kit for them about 150 bucks? Idk
Oh so it is half of the front driveshaft?

When I had to replace mine I got one from the junkyard for $50
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Just buy a front drive shaft from a bone yard. Money ahead and you can usually find one with relatively low miles.

Absolutely no reason to spend 150 bucks on a rebuild kit IMO.
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Like mentioned above, make sure the donor has less miles than what you're replacing. Otherwise you could wind up with the same issue before long.
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the cv rebuild kit don't include the shaft in the picture I don't think, if it does I cannot find it.... it is indeed the one from the transfer case...any aftermarket vendors sell this piece?
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