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84 Bronco II driveshaft

Josh P

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I'm working on a 1984 Bronco II that has a broken rear driveshaft. The shaft is a double cardan style, the tube is bent and the cardan joint is cracked so I'll need a replacement. What other vehicles have a driveshaft the same length?
 


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Probably only a different year BII. No other Ford truck had that short of a wheelbase.
 








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I'm working on a 1984 Bronco II that has a broken rear driveshaft. The shaft is a double cardan style, the tube is bent and the cardan joint is cracked so I'll need a replacement. What other vehicles have a driveshaft the same length?
Do away with the double cardan, maybe, try a jeep driveshaft?
 




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I did away with the crappy stock BII driveshafts... I used 93 Explorer shafts instead. The rear shaft had to be shortened a bit to work, I am still running that driveshaft today with the 5.0
 




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I found a 93 explorer at my favorite yard, I got the front driveshaft and the front yoke from the transfer case. The 1354 front yoke fits the rear of the 1350 case. For the axle side, I ordered a Spicer 2-2-939 flange yoke adapter. Less than $60 total in this project.
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