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where would u be able to get a extended driveline for a lifted truck at anyone know
 

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Norcal Truck offers the cognate extended front driveshafts if that's what you're inquiring about? And I'm sure Nick could help you out if you need anything past that as well.
 

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I'm talking about the rear driveline I don't think mine is long enough I might even just need a new yolk for the transfer case because my tcase keeps leaking even after a new seal
 

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Find a driveshaft shop in your area. Shouldnt be too hard for them to re-tube your shaft. Lots of places online to go for custom shafts as well
 

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Find a driveshaft shop in your area. Shouldnt be too hard for them to re-tube your shaft. Lots of places online to go for custom shafts as well
Most driveline shops dont like to mess with aluminum driveshafts, which is what a CCSB truck will have in it. The ECLB trucks have an aluminum driveshaft that is about 3-4 inches longer. With a 10 inch lift im guessing a stock shaft from an ECLB will probably work.

DO NOT put a steel single piece driveshaft in a CCSB truck. There are driveline shops doing it, and its just to long of a stretch for a steel driveshaft. It can cause a vibration and even a driveline failure that could potentially destroy your t-case or transmission housing.
 
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