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Old 03-08-2017, 03:34 AM
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I have a 2008 350z and I'm gonna put air bags on it but my question is can I still use the stock drive shaft or do I need to go custom?
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should be okay with the stock one
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The differential assembly (pumpkin) and rear suspension subframe are firmly bolted to the chassis, so they don't care what you do in terms of ride height.
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Originally Posted by dcains View Post
The differential assembly (pumpkin) and rear suspension subframe are firmly bolted to the chassis, so they don't care what you do in terms of ride height.
This is the type of question you get when someone has never looked under the car they are asking about...

Or do people just not understand how vehicles work?

Am I on the jeep forum?
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