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Old 09-29-2008, 01:44 PM
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in need of D44 cover, driveshaft and ladder bar

individual parts or all either way is fine

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no one have any of these
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Joe,

I've got a GM "NOS" rear cover, I should have the C-beam and I've got a driveshaft a couple of different ways! I've a GM "NOS" driveshaft complete with ZF slip-yoke. I've a D44 "shaft only" that's been checked and balanced with new joints and slip yoke but has been disassembled to use yoke and joints in a different shaft for a non-Corvette application. I haven't thought about the sale of the NOS shaft or cover but if your interested in "NOS" stuff I'll rethink it! The C-beam isn't new. For the C-beam you can drill a D36 and "roll-on"!
My work is just outside Wash DC in Vienna VA!

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Joe,

I've got a GM "NOS" rear cover, I should have the C-beam and I've got a driveshaft a couple of different ways! I've a GM "NOS" driveshaft complete with ZF slip-yoke. I've a D44 "shaft only" that's been checked and balanced with new joints and slip yoke but has been disassembled to use yoke and joints in a different shaft for a non-Corvette application. I haven't thought about the sale of the NOS shaft or cover but if your interested in "NOS" stuff I'll rethink it! The C-beam isn't new. For the C-beam you can drill a D36 and "roll-on"!
My work is just outside Wash DC in Vienna VA!

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Dave,

This may work, I travel though there as my Mom lives in Frederick, MD. I see no issue in Drilling the C-beam but hate getting a driveshaft cut (broke a tranny once and almost wrecked at 105). I will have to use my auto slip yoke anyway so all that is need there is the shaft. Just don't kill me for the cover (I am already in shock)

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Do you drive I95, I495 and I270 or do you do I95 to Fredericksburg and then US17, US50 and US340 to get to Frederick? I live in Charles Town WV if you do the 17/50/340 trip. Much less aggravation!
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I can do either, take 15 alot as I hate 95, 495 and 270. I have to be up ther on the 25th so that may work. Also my wife is directionally challenged (her words) so her Jeep has GPS and more space.

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