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    Bump as garbage comes Monday.

    For you people in So Cal (yeah, looking at you JAGS) I'll store them for a small fee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTG View Post
    Bump as garbage comes Monday.

    For you people in So Cal (yeah, looking at you JAGS) I'll store them for a small fee.
    Hmmm. Sounds like a NV SnG is in my future.
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    Bump. I really want these out of my garage. Speak now....

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    I kept my factory rear drive shaft between my garage and storage unit for year before deciding to just throwing it right In the trash. It was heart breaking though because I hate to throw stuff like this away .
    Yours appears to be in much better shape than mine


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    Quote Originally Posted by VeruGE*144 View Post
    I kept my factory rear drive shaft between my garage and storage unit for year before deciding to just throwing it right In the trash. It was heart breaking though because I hate to throw stuff like this away .
    Yours appears to be in much better shape than mine


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    LOL! Yep. Just trying to help, but they go in the trash on Monday as I no longer have a need for them.

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    You could make a lamp for the garage out of it...


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    Call a metal recycler. Guys around here will come to your house and take anything metallic. Free and easy for you.

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    I gotta ask why do you have 4 stock rear driveshafts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by desertrunner View Post
    I gotta ask why do you have 4 stock rear driveshafts?

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    With my old jeep I would take mine off when I tore the boot and replace it with a newer one I had bought from someone else when they upgraded to after market. Shafts are good and make fine trail spares. But I no longer need them.


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    You still have one with a boot in tact for me? I need an excuse to make a trip up.
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