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    Question So whats wrong here ?

    I finally got around installing the ACPT driveshaft that I had laying around.

    weird thing is that its removed from 1995 vr-4 and Im installing it to my 1996 vr-4 so what is wrong.

    mounting holes are all wrong


    and its this much too long.







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    it turns out I have wrong rear adapter .

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    Quote Originally Posted by green-lantern View Post
    It's useless, might as well send it to me.



    I have waited reply from acpt 5 months now regarding the issue that its too long, killer customer service

    I quess I have to make my own adapter or anyone know where I could buy one other than acpt ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mb7050 View Post



    I have waited reply from acpt 5 months now regarding the issue that its too long, killer customer service

    I quess I have to make my own adapter or anyone know where I could buy one other than acpt ?
    I’m assuming you have a 6 speed, do you think this shaft might be a 5 speed?

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    Another thing, it looks like the shaft is not made to replace the whole drive shaft (one piece). Hold the end up to the rear dif and see if the front matches up to the 1st carrier bearing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by green-lantern View Post
    Another thing, it looks like the shaft is not made to replace the whole drive shaft (one piece). Hold the end up to the rear dif and see if the front matches up to the 1st carrier bearing.
    It has the end that slides into the t-case though... Definitely looks like you need a new rear adapter. Bug the hell out of ACPT to sell you one, or have one made locally.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DocWalt View Post
    It has the end that slides into the t-case though...
    Or does that slide into the carrier bearing? Like the aluminum shaft is doing in the pic below. The other end looks like it should be bolted straight to the rear end.



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    its supposed to replace two first sections .

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