SN's should be near the same as Fox's. There are some bolts on the rearend of the driveshaft that should be 12mm. Take them out. On my car you cannot use a socket because of room. After those bolts are out you can slide the drivshaft out. Now before you do all this, the drive shaft is balanced, ensure you note where the weight is on the shaft and mark a corresponding spot where the bolts go, this way when you install the shaft it will not be out of balance. You will want to put a cap on your driveshaft as well, keep the fluid in. A local transmission shop or parts store will have one of those. Good luck with the move.
88 GT, 38# injectors, Ported Cobra intake, 70mm TB, GT-40X heads, E303, 3.73's, KB Super Subs, FMS Aluminum driveshaft, Metco driveshaft loop, MM Torque arm, MM Panhard bar, 4point K brace, FF lower control arms, KYB's and FMS C Springs up front, H&R 650's for the back. 5 Lug conversion w/ 17in. Cobra R's. SN-92 Paxton-9 PSI. AFM Power Pipe. Tremec 3550.
best qtr: 12.3 @114 alt 2400ft on a crappy track, airport runway...
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