Quote Originally Posted by 65rbdodge View Post
For a drive shaft, if you have the slip yoke that goes in the trans, put it all the way in and the slide it out 1 inch. Measure the distance from where the center of the Ujoint on the yoke to the center of where the Ujoint would be on the rear. This measurement can be used to make a drive shaft. Check local truck(big trucks like tractor trailers) parts suppliers, a lot of them make drive shafts. Ive had a couple shafts made or shortened at my local place for both cars and big trucks.
And they are MUCH more affordable than Denny's, Dynotech or others that specialize mainly in race car shafts.. and quicker