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2005 Ford Excursion Drive Shaft - Front 8 Cyl 5.4L Cardone

P311-256C334    Remanufactured

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$26.69 $340.45
Cardone Drive Shaft  Front
  • Prop Shaft - Domestic
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Drive Shaft Material: Steel
    • Greasable: Yes
    • Length: 38 1/2"
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken From The Centerline Of The U-joint Located At The Slip Yoke End To The Centerline Of The Furthest U-joint On The Opposite End Of The Collapsed Prop Shaft.
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
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Vehicle Block CC CID Position
2005 - Ford Excursion V - 330 Front
Cardone
2005 Dodge Ram 2500 Drive Shaft - Front 6 Cyl 5.9L Cardone

P311-4BDEDFC    Remanufactured

Qty:
$26.69 $246.24
Cardone Drive Shaft  Front
  • Prop Shaft - Domestic
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Drive Shaft Material: Steel
    • Greasable: Yes
    • Length: 19"
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken By Measuring The Tube Length Only. Measure From The Centerline Of The Weld On One End To The Centerline Of The Weld On The Opposite End Of The Collapsed Prop Shaft.
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
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Vehicle Block CC CID Position Transmission
2005 - Dodge Ram 2500 L - 359 Front Standard
Cardone
2002 Dodge Ram 2500 Drive Shaft - Front 6 Cyl 5.9L Cardone

P311-0EDB620    Remanufactured

Qty:
$26.69 $202.78
Cardone Drive Shaft  Front
  • Prop Shaft - Domestic
  • Measure from centerline of U-Joint on each end of collapsed shaft.
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Drive Shaft Material: Steel
    • Greasable: Yes
    • Length: 27 9/16"
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken From The Centerline Of The U-joint Located At The Slip Yoke End To The Centerline Of The Furthest U-joint On The Opposite End Of The Collapsed Prop Shaft.
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
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Vehicle Block CC CID Fuel Type Position Transmission Trans. Speed
2002 - Dodge Ram 2500 L - 359 DIESEL Front Standard 5
GKN Drivetech
1997 Land Rover Discovery Drive Shaft GKN Drivetech

P311-100BA2F    New

Qty:
$421.25
GKN Drivetech Drive Shaft
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Chas: 710 669-
  • Rear
Brand: GKN Drivetech
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1997 - Land Rover Discovery
GKN Drivetech
1998 Land Rover Discovery Drive Shaft GKN Drivetech

P311-100BA2F    New

Qty:
$421.25
GKN Drivetech Drive Shaft
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Rear
Brand: GKN Drivetech
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1998 - Land Rover Discovery
GKN Drivetech
1995 Land Rover Range Rover Drive Shaft GKN Drivetech

P311-4064F1E    New

Qty:
$533.75
GKN Drivetech Drive Shaft
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Front
Brand: GKN Drivetech
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1995 - Land Rover Range Rover
Dorman
1994 Mazda Miata Drive Shaft Dorman

P311-25211C7    New

Qty:
$385.82
Dorman Drive Shaft
Brand: Dorman
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1994 - Mazda Miata
EMPI/Empire
1995 Eagle Talon Drive Shaft EMPI/Empire

P311-220260B    New

Qty:
$46.91
EMPI/Empire Drive Shaft
  • FWD
  • Front - Right
Brand: EMPI/Empire
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1995 - Eagle Talon
First Equipment Quality
1995 Eagle Talon Drive Shaft First Equipment Quality

P311-27FAA6C    New

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$48.86
First Equipment Quality Drive Shaft
  • FWD
  • Front - Right
Brand: First Equipment Quality
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1995 - Eagle Talon
EMPI/Empire
1996 Eagle Talon Drive Shaft EMPI/Empire

P311-220260B    New

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$46.91
EMPI/Empire Drive Shaft
  • FWD
Brand: EMPI/Empire
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1996 - Eagle Talon
Dorman
1990 Mazda Miata Drive Shaft Dorman

P311-54A06C7    New

Qty:
$380.25
Dorman Drive Shaft
Brand: Dorman
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1990 - Mazda Miata
GKN Drivetech
2002 Land Rover Freelander Drive Shaft GKN Drivetech

P311-1365919    New

Qty:
$572.14
GKN Drivetech Drive Shaft
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Front Section - with CV Joint
  • Front Section w/CV Joint
  • Front w/CV Joint
Brand: GKN Drivetech
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2002 - Land Rover Freelander
GKN Drivetech
1999 Land Rover Discovery Drive Shaft GKN Drivetech

P311-26C1E4A    New

Qty:
$653.16
GKN Drivetech Drive Shaft
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Front
Brand: GKN Drivetech
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1999 - Land Rover Discovery
GKN Drivetech
2003 Land Rover Discovery Drive Shaft GKN Drivetech

P311-231CE28    New

Qty:
$799.06
GKN Drivetech Drive Shaft
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Front
Brand: GKN Drivetech
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2003 - Land Rover Discovery
Genuine
2003 Land Rover Range Rover Drive Shaft Genuine

P311-070590D    New

Qty:
$221.38
Genuine Drive Shaft
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • w/o Flex Disc
  • Front
Brand: Genuine
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2003 - Land Rover Range Rover
Genuine
2005 Land Rover Range Rover Drive Shaft Genuine

P311-070590D    New

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$221.38
Genuine Drive Shaft
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Chas: -5A182361, w/o Flex Disc
  • Front
Brand: Genuine
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2005 - Land Rover Range Rover
Genuine
2005 Land Rover Range Rover Drive Shaft Genuine

P311-070590D    New

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$221.38
Genuine Drive Shaft
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Chas: 5A182362-, w/o Flex Disc
  • Front
Brand: Genuine
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2005 - Land Rover Range Rover
Dorman
2000 Mercury Mountaineer Drive Shaft Dorman

P311-05EF0D6    New

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$519.52
Dorman Drive Shaft
  • Propeller Shaft
Brand: Dorman
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2000 - Mercury Mountaineer
Dorman
2002 Ford Explorer Drive Shaft Dorman

P311-05EF0D6    New

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$519.52
Dorman Drive Shaft
Brand: Dorman
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2002 - Ford Explorer
Dorman
2000 Ford Explorer Drive Shaft Dorman

P311-559461B    New

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$529.76
Dorman Drive Shaft
Brand: Dorman
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2000 - Ford Explorer

Latest Drive Shaft Repair and Installation Advice

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mondeo mk2 drive shaft

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Question From numnuts on mondeo mk2 drive shaft

Hi i have a ford mondeo mk2 ghia x year 2000 2000cc i am trying to change the near side drive shaft i have taken of the parts of to revile the drive shaft in the manual it seed that if the drive shaft is stuck to get a flat tool and place behind the drive shaft and give it a hit with the back of the hand i have tried for hours to release the shaft but it will not come out of the gear box it is stuck please help many thanks Richard.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Sometimes they are very hard to get out. You need a very strong bar and a hard snapping action.

Response From numnuts

Thanks i will try again tomorrow all the best Richard.

2002 GMC Drive shaft problem

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Question From markjr77 on 2002 GMC Drive shaft problem

2002
GMC Sierra 1500
5.3L

Hi everyone need advice PLEASE!
My u-joint broke at the yoke on the drive shaft, while replacing both u-joints i could not pull my slip yoke out of the transmission. Now i have both u-joints on the drive shaft and trying to bolt to the rear differential but my drive shaft will not reach it's about 2" to short.
thanks for any help anyone could provide.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Duplicate posts just confuse things so please don't. This one locked.... T

neutral safety switch replacement

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Question From chevy02tb on neutral safety switch replacement

Anyone ever replace the NSS in a 2002 chevy trailblazer?
Looks like the drive shaft will have to be moved to get at it.

Response From Hammer Time

There should be no reason to remove a driveshaft.


Response From chevy02tb

Have any pictures of the trans in neutral. Didn't read the instruction had it in park. It said to put it in neutral, so i'm not sure it's in neutral. But the part did just slide on and lines up with the bolt holes after moving the shaft to where the flat sides are facing front and back ( l l like this) So can't move the shift lever it's lock in park with the NSS removed. Must have to have power to get it out of park. Have new part on but not the 2 plugs. Dam it's cold here maybe get it done this weekend when it get's in the 20's

Response From chevy02tb

still at it, the plugs will not go all the way in. Any suggestion? Maybe heat it up will that work?

Response From Discretesignals

Not sure what you mean. Do the connectors fit at all or just won't push in enough to latch? Are the connector terminals or seals plugged up with that glue gunk? If the connectors are all gunked up, you'll have to clean that stuff off.

Response From chevy02tb

will not seat all the way in to put key lock in, can see some of the rubber gasket. and on the backup plug can't get it lock on the numb on the NSS. The dealer could not get these on either the old on it was the same way not all the way in and water got inside and the connectors where green. There seem to be nothing in the connectors I can put a piece of metal the same size as the connector prongs and it will slide in just as far. So maybe the part has to much glue in it that it will not seat. That why I ask if maybe I should heat it to make it seat on.

Response From Discretesignals

There shouldn't be any glue inside the connector cavity of the NSS. The problem they had was the gunk that they used inside the switch would get hot and melt. Then it would leak into the connector cavity making it near impossible to get the connectors off.

Is this a dealer NSS, aftermarket NSS, or used one?

Response From chevy02tb

aftermarket

Response From Discretesignals

One thing about aftermarket parts is that they don't always fit sometimes. They could of used too much potting material to seal the pins in the connector cavity which is causing your connector(s) to not seat properly.

Now AC Delco are parts that dealers play with. Any many part houses sell AC Delco stuff. You may be able to find a Delco switch that should fit just as the factory original. That way you don't have to burn up stuff with your heat gun and cause damage. Plus you don't have to go through all this other crap trying to get something to fit together because of improperly engineered aftermarket stuff.

AC Delco number is D2263C.



You can see that the material used in the connector it vastly different than what they use in the other aftermarket switches.

Response From Hammer Time

I would take a hard look inside the plug and make sure none of the pins are bent over.

Response From Hammer Time

Just count the detents to neutral.

Response From nickwarner

If you can weigh down tarps to the ground around the truck and get an electric space heater under the truck, it will get a lot nicer to work under it within 20 or 30 minutes. Shovel snow up against the tarps to act as insulation.

I'm so glad I built a new garage last year.

Response From Hammer Time

I'm so glad I built a new garage last year.

And I'm so glad I live in South Florida......................

Response From Discretesignals

Have fun getting the electrical connectors off it if they are stuck on... Also, don't be surprised if the grommet inside the shifter cable comes apart, which means you need to install another cable.

Response From chevy02tb

took a heat gun and warmed up the connector the four pin connector can off easy the 7 pin took some time.
Couldn't get the nss off the shaft it broke and then I couldn't get the piece off the shaft. then the other one with not go on. Have to move the drive shaft. gave up for the day it's getting cold.

Response From Discretesignals

I don't know how you people do it in the North. They'd find me stuck under the truck with my tongue frozen to the drive shaft..haha

Response From chevy02tb Top Rated Answer

any tricks to get the drive shaft loose by the u joints.

Response From Discretesignals

Unbolt the front drive shaft from the front end. Then just swing it out of your way. Don't try pulling it from the transfer case.

Response From chevy02tb

can not get the nss on the drive shaft it in the way need about a 1/4 of inch more room. I unbolt the 4 bolts on the dirve shaft in front by u joints but nothing moved.

Response From chevy02tb


Have fun getting the electrical connectors off it if they are stuck on... Also, don't be surprised if the grommet inside the shifter cable comes apart, which means you need to install another cable.

Transmission was just replaced so they should come off easily, but there is no room to get a hand in there to remove them. Will try a channel lock pliers. Not the best weather here so hard to work on outside.

Response From Discretesignals

Transmission was just replaced so they should come off easily

That is if they unplugged the switch when they did the R&R. I usually just unbolt the switch from the transmission, leave it connected and swing it off to the side when doing a trans R&R because I know you usually end up breaking the switch and having to rewire pigtails if you try unplugging them.

If it is easier for you to get the switch off by unbolting the front drive shaft from the front end and pushing it to the side, then do it.

Couple of other tricks:
Don't try prying the shift cable from the manual lever. Unbolt the lever from the shift shaft and leave it connected to the cable.

When you get the lever off and cable out of the way, grind the burrs off the edges of the shift shaft. The lever makes burrs on the edges. That way you don't break the switch trying to slide it off the shaft.

Leaking front drive shaft seal

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Question From sharon.72064 on Leaking front drive shaft seal

2003 GMC Duramax 3/4 ton 4 X drive Sierra

There is leaking on the front drive shaft seal. How do I replace the seal, and is this something I can do myself. I do all my mechanic work. Do I need any special tools? Is there a video out instructing how to do this?
Appreciate your help, thanks
Stan

Response From Discretesignals

Front drive shaft seal? Do you mean front differential pinion seal or transfer case front output shaft seal?

Response From sharon.72064

where shaft comes out of transmission. Main drive shaft goes to the rear end. Hope this helps.
Thanks,
Stan

Response From Discretesignals

You mean the rear drive shaft then? The transfer case rear output shaft seal?

Response From sharon.72064 Top Rated Answer

Sorry for all the problems I've given you. Yes, it would be the rear drive shaft. Sure hope this answers your question.

Response From Discretesignals

No problems, just wanted to know which seal you where wanting to know about.


Set the parking brake and chock a tire
Remove the transfer case shield, if there is one.
Mark the position of the driveshaft.
Remove the driveshaft.
Pop the seal out
Press a new seal in

* NOTE: Make sure the hole in the seal is facing down before you press it in. You can use a big socket and dead blow to push it in.

Lube the seal where it rides on the drive shaft with some white grease.

Reinstall the drive shaft in the the same position it was removed.
Check the fluid level in the transfer case.

Response From sharon.72064

Thank you very much for all the help & advice you gave me in resolving this problem. I ordered the seal from my local parts house, should be in Monday. I will attempt this than, and understanding as I do, know it will resolve the issue. Thank you for your time as a volunteer. This is the second time this website has helped me. Keep up the outstanding job.
Thanks,
Stan

Response From Discretesignals

You welcome! Let us know how things turn out.

New Drive shaft for a Grumman LLV Postal Mail truck?

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Question From herbdom11 on New Drive shaft for a Grumman LLV Postal Mail truck?

Hi I recently came about an older Grumman LLV postal mail truck, in great shape but the drive shaft is shot. I have no idea what to replace it with and where I would get it. I have done a decent amount of research but found nothing on Grumman vehicle parts. Any recommendations would be great and I am grateful for your time. Thanks

Response From nickwarner

Try just taking it to a driveshaft shop. If your IP is showing correctly to me then your area of Cali has plenty of shops that can make one for you, and probably cheaper than buying one surplus. You can also try Tom Woods driveshafts in Utah, he specializes in off-road stuff but can make most anything you want. I'm not sure if you have a FleetPride in your area, but if you do they build driveshafts and I have used them for a lot of semitruck shafts. Never had a single issue with one they built.

These are actually pretty easy to build. As long as they have the yokes from the old shaft or can order new ones, they only need to weld them to the correct size of tubing and then balance it to create it. I've built a few myself for strictly off-road, as I did not have a way to balance them and they were just for yard trucks. So long as it is welded in straight and the welds are full pen they hold great, but if unbalanced you get a wicked vibration at speed.

If you can't find what you need locally, feel free to PM me and I can set you up with a guy I know who has a driveshaft shop. He is fair on price and it may be worth the extra postage. His shop is in Chippewa Falls, WI.

Response From herbdom11 Top Rated Answer

Thanks I found a place that will help me rebuild the old driveShaft, thanks for responding quick.

Response From kev2

did you try a GOOGLE search for parts...must be someone somewhere sellig