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By now we knew where the front and rear axles would sit so we sent our driveshafts to Tom Wood's Custom Driveshafts to be modified for length and given 1350 U-joints at the pinion yokes. In the rear we measured both for a one-piece shaft as shown, and for a two-piece by keeping the rear carrier bearing. As you can see, running the carrier bearing greatly improves ground clearance for the driveshaft, so we went that route.