FF rear chromoly shafts... Where to buy

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I'm looking for a source for the best product available. Feel free to DM me if you like.
 
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You could have mark williams make you some 32 spline shafts and use 100 series differential.
 

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I already have a low geared, ARB locked differential... Not really interested in swapping.
 

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I think on this side of the world Nitro is your only bet for off the shelf otherwise you are importing something in and or having it custom made.
I can take a picture of them tonight if you like. I have yet to swap mine and keep them as a spare set.
 

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Poly-performance used to be the only ones. They became synergy suspension.
 

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I have seen more broken nitro ones than stock ones.

But given my experience with RCV front axles, I'd go that direction. Very high quality high strength stuff

Or, just bring spare stock ones.
 

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I have a set of spares for my FF 70 series axle so I'm told the short side is the same as the 60 series FF. Could really then just need a 60 long side spare...
 

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Well that may be so BUT I HAVE a FF 60 rear that'll bolt directly under the 60. Spare shafts would complete the project. I emailed RCV as their website doesn't mention FF rears.
 

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RCV will make custom length anything. Instead of a flange, they use an outer driveplate like the front axle.

I'd probably look for stock shafts personally.

You have time to swap in an 80 FF rear. Takes 2 weekends in my experience.
 
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