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post #1 of 7 Old 07-20-2006, 11:53 PM Thread Starter
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Will the aluminum driveshaft for the 4.6 (M-4602-J) also work w/the V6?


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post #2 of 7 Old 07-21-2006, 11:17 AM
 
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Will the aluminum driveshaft for the 4.6 (M-4602-J) also work w/the V6?
yes they are the same actually the fox body shafts will also work as they are also the same.

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Just what I wanted to hear. THANK YOU!!!

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It worked well on my 95. It made the car much snappier.

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no problem if you have an auto you will have to swap yokes but its easy to do I had mine done in about an hour or 2 most of the tme was spent getting the car up and putting in a new rear trans seal man those things suck big time!
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Hey what advantages does an aluminum drive shaft give over stock? Is it that the aluminum driveshaft is lighter and thus requires less energy to spin (i.e. a smaller moment of inertia)?
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Duntless6 ... "What advantage does an AL d/shaft have over stock? Is the AL d/shaft lighter & requires less energy to spin?"

BINGO!!!

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