Coast Driveline Aluminum Driveshafts $589.99 NOW SHIPPING!

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    Now shipping Coast Driveline Aluminum Driveshafts for $589.99 to the door!

    PM me if you're interested or give us a call at 610-497-5776 or 3736 and ask for CR!

    - APD Performance

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    All orders shipped!!!

    $589.99 shipped discount applies until the end of this week! Prices will then go back to $579.99 plus ground shipping which could run as much as $35 dollars!

    CR
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    will this fit my 2005 with roush stage two suspension i want no clearance issues
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    This will fit...

    You will have to check your pinion angles, to ensure that they are proper.

    Here is what needs to be done for it to clear:

    Vehicles Dropped Approximately 0-2":
    Near the rear of the driveshaft tunnel, there is a bolt holding on the ebrake cable and bracket. Relocate the bolt and bracket approximately 1.5" AWAY from the driveshaft tunnel. That's all!

    Vehicles Dropped Approximately 2+"
    The modification above must be done, and in addition there are two spots that need to be massaged. One is right near the ebrake cable, and you'll find a 2" by 3/8" wide lip. Simply bump that down flat, and you're done. There is a second spot in the middle of the floor tunnel. There is a stamping approximately 3/4" x 4" wide. Simply bum that down flat, and you're done.


    90% of people will only need to do the ebrake cable relocation, and check pinion angle. That will be plenty sufficient!

    Thanks for the interest!
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