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Tundra 2007+ Coachbuilder Driveline spacers

Discussion in 'Ekstrom Design' started by Coachbuilder1, Jul 3, 2015.

  1. Jul 3, 2015 at 11:56 AM
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    Coachbuilder1

    Coachbuilder1 [OP] New Member Vendor

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    2007 SR5 5.7 Katzkin, LED lighting through out, LED door handles, Color Matched handles & grill surround, CST 3.5" Spindles OME 614 Full Suspension, Coachbuilder +3" Shackles by Ekstrom Design, BHLM,35"/12.5"/20 Nitto Trail Grapplers,BMF SOTA death metal black finish 20"x10" -19 offset.
    If you've lifted your Tundra Waaaay up and feel a vibration in the rear driveline chances are your driveline is not fully splined. 4wd applications 5" or more in the rear and 2wd applications 3" or more in the rear can definitely benefit. Normally guys running the Bulletproof lift using 9"/10"/11" rear leafs and are 4wd will need a .750" or 1" spacer.
    2wd trucks don't have the slip yoke design the 4wd models do and are much more tempermental when it comes to rear lift. The 2wd trucks pull on the carrier bearing and will actually slide the font portion of the driveline out of the tail shaft.

    6061 Billet Black Anodized finish (hardware included)

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    Please feel free to Call, Email or PM for pricing.

    David
    Ekstrom Design llc.
    801-635-4872
    ekstrom_design@yahoo.com
     
  2. Aug 23, 2016 at 2:20 AM
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    kiteguam

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    Hi, I realize this post is old but I recently lifted a 2015 2wd with a 7" BDS kit, whats the size of your spacer?
     
  3. Aug 23, 2016 at 4:53 AM
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    jburson250

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    You've got to call or text David at 801 635-4872. He'll never even see your post.
     
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  4. Aug 23, 2016 at 1:16 PM
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    Coachbuilder1

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    This application usually uses a 1.25" driveline spacer. every truck sits just a touch different but would recommend pulling a measurement from the tall shaft out to the edge of the cup (dust shield) on the front portion of the driveline. We build them in .750" and 1.25"
     
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