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    Driveshaft measurements

    If anyone has a 335i driveshaft laying around or wants to be a stud and get these measurements for me I would be incredibly grateful. Inquiring about custom driveshaft options and my car is at the body shop for the next week or so. Will do my best to provide you guys with info of the process and results. Thanks in advance to anyone who can step up.


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    Also need measurement from trans flange to the differential flange. Custom shaft eliminates the guibos so needs to be from flange to flange.
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    Sorry I can't get you the measurements, but I'm very interested in the outcome of this. Bump for you.

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    No need to do this, it's already being covered by someone I won't name.

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    @jyamona thank you
    @mycoupe having another option benefits everyone
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    Did you get the measurements?
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    I haven't yet. My car has been at the body shop and I won't have it back until late next week. I have to get right to some new turbo to downpipe gaskets when I get it back chasing a fuel trim issue.

    Working with DSS but am at a standstill until I get these measurements. If anyone could help I'll keep the ball rolling.

    @Sticky I've had "server not responding" errors all week. I'm sure you're aware of it but damn it's been difficult to get to the site lately.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by R.G. Click here to enlarge
    @Sticky I've had "server not responding" errors all week. I'm sure you're aware of it but damn it's been difficult to get to the site lately.
    I'm aware. Trust me if you think you had a hard week with the site...
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by R.G. Click here to enlarge
    @jyamona thank you
    @mycoupe having another option benefits everyone
    ok. Well, if each of those three legs on the flange are evenly spaced circumferentially, then you really only need the distance from the center hole to one of the outer hole centers. That's all I got though...my driveshaft isn't out to measure it.

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