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I had mine shortened.  they just need to cut from the non-rubber end.  :thumbsup:

 

buuuuuut, I'd wager a lot of shops are frightened off by the weirdness of the isolator design.  plus the rubber is 30 years old so it might not be in the best shape.  plus the cost of cutting/re-balancing could easily be over half as much as a brand new shaft (prices for the work vary wildly).  

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My local driveshaft shop would not guarantee balancing if my 2WD shaft was shortened because of the probable rotten rubber sheath inside. Even if you find a shop that will do it, it's not worth the risk. Recommend having a new one made. Tom Wood does excellent work at reasonable prices.

 

http://www.4xshaft.com/

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