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80-86 Jeep Cj7 Cj-7 Front Drive Shaft T4 T5 258 6cyl 5360982 on

US $75.00

Bernville, Pennsylvania, United States

Bernville, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:5360982 Part Brand:Jeep Placement on Vehicle:Rear

Storks Auto Jeep parts Bernville Pa 610-488-1450

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We have 100's of Drive shafts let me know what you need.

This auction is for The Front drive shaft that we just took off the front of (J40) a 1982 Jeep CJ7 with 258 T5 and Dana 300 . This looks good but needs both ujoints replaced. When this is fully collapsed center to center on the ujoint is 31-5/8".  This will also work with T4 and SR4. Check the length on yours.


* To any PA buyers or buyers picking up at our location there will be 6% sales tax added. Tax is not added to parts shipped out side of PA.

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