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Aluminum Drive shaft Rub

My Drive shaft is rubing on something. There is enough clearance all the way around big enough for my hand. Nothing seems lose. Please help

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-21-2015
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From your pix, looks fairly obvious to me where it's rubbing. Is your Mustang lowered? Bet it's happening when you hit a pot hole or speed bump.

You could remove the DS, should be able see exactly what it's rubbing against.

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Looks like it is rubbing on the floor reinforcement under the tunnel visibible in the second picture.

I know it's too late now, but it appears the smaller diameter aluminum shaft might have been a better choice.

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