Started by TomB, September 15, 2022, 09:14:20 AM
Quote from: TomB on October 16, 2022, 05:34:12 AMIt was quite a job, but it is fixed. It did cost me a little fortune but the driveshaft of my deville 67 is better than new. No more vibration, she floats extremely smooth now. I have attached a bunch of pictures that are hopefully useful to someone. As you can see in the pictures, all the moving parts were in a deplorable state, probably bone dry and rusty. When I started driving it after 20 years in a barn I probably quickly grinded al the joints to pieces. The shaft is better than new now: solid fixture of the center balls, perfect alignment, sturdier welding at the shaft.Enjoy the pictures. Tom
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