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BMR Driveshaft Loops Install Order??

I got a set of the BMR driveshaft loops (front/rear) and I am going to put them on in the next few days. I currently don’t have my X-pipe or axle back on the car and the stock 2pc driveshaft is holding down the shop floor. Has anyone put this setup together? I figured it would be easier to ask what is the best method of assembly opposed to being under the car trying it a few different ways. Can I install the loops and still sneak the driveshaft through them? Can I put the driveshaft in and then put the loops on “around” it? Any other good method? Any advice would be great.

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I only did the front loop and if I remember correctly atleast the rear of the D/S had to come off in order to run the upper loop to the mounting brackets. I don't think there was enough room between the D/S and the D/S tunnel to swing the hoop over the D/S and shimmy it up.

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I've had mine in and out more than I care to think about. The DS has to be out obviously for the front but the back it doesn't matter. I have found it works best this way for me.

1. You can assemble both the front and rear units.
2. Bolt the front unit in the car.
3. Bolt the DS to the tranny and carrier bearing.
4. Slide the rear unit over the DS and bolt it up.

Something to note. If you go to a 1pc DS and your car is lowered the rear unit will most likely rub the DS.

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I've had mine in and out more than I care to think about. The DS has to be out obviously for the front but the back it doesn't matter. I have found it works best this way for me.

1. You can assemble both the front and rear units.
2. Bolt the front unit in the car.
3. Bolt the DS to the tranny and carrier bearing.
4. Slide the rear unit over the DS and bolt it up.
Cool, thanks!

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Something to note. If you go to a 1pc DS and your car is lowered the rear unit will most likely rub the DS.
I would expect nothing less.

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