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I know that doing the 44044 springs up front causes me to need to get a longer front D-shaft. But with 5" in the rear (not sure if All Pro, AOR, or Chevy+aal+shackles) will I need to get a longer rear d-shaft?

How much ball park are we talking?

(guilty, I did not do a search, I am tired of searches today)
 

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Since I am sure you will catch hell for not using the search feature... <IMG SRC="smilies/rolleyes.gif" border="0"> I am using the 6" lift on the rear and I used the front cv from my ifs conversion to use on my new d-shaft in the rear. All in all it only extended it about an inch. Have had no vibe problems and just got back from a road trip and averaged 75 to 80 mph on the interstate.
 

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Put the lift on and check to see if you need a new one.You should be able to drive the 4runner on the street if it needs a new one because of alot of flex.A rear drive shaft with ALL NEW parts should be less than $200
 
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