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  1. #1
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    Default Custom Driveshaft for TR6060

    Any ideas for vendors where I can order a custom driveshaft that is compatible with a TR6060 transmission for our 67 camaro? Here is an example.
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    I use a local driveshaft shop to make all my stuff. Has it done in a few days. Cost is very reasonable. Never had an issue with a DS from him. If you happen to be near San Jose CA I can hook you up. He made one for my Tremec for a second gen camaro - ended up going with a 3.5" shaft to match the 3150 style yoke I used. I brought them the yoke and just told them what type of u-joint for the rear end. Fit like a glove. Measure twice, cut once!
    1971 Camaro - 406 / T56
    2016 Camaro SS convertible
    2018 Colorado 4x4

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    They make those:
    https://www.driveshaftshop.com/

    I wound up buying one for my build as well. They aren’t cheap, but by the time you buy the tr6060 coupler, then custom driveshaft, bolts etc it costs the same. Plus they put in a cv joint which is much more forgiving with driveline angles.

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    I think I paid $375 for mine plus the yoke which was $150
    1971 Camaro - 406 / T56
    2016 Camaro SS convertible
    2018 Colorado 4x4

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    I’m lucky to have a local firm that made my aluminum driveshaft with 1350s to run between my two and moser 12 bolt.
    Drive line service San Leandro.
    Steve
    '68 Camaro - SBC, TKO600, 3.73 Moser 12-bolt, Speedtech, AFX, Hotchkis, Forgeline, Ron Davis and C5 brakes with Kore3 park brake kit. Soon to be EFI with Holley Terminator.
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    I ordered a custom Strange driveshaft through Summit Racing. Works great and reasonable price.
    Steve Hayes
    "Dust Off"
    68 Camaro

    Speed has never killed anyone. Suddenly becoming stationary, that's what gets you!
    "Jeremy Clarkson"

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    I used The Driveshaft Shop too. My local driveshaft shop would not make me a custom shaft with a CV which is required if your trans yoke is fixed (bolted on) and you have a live rear axle. Fit like a glove, no vibrations.

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    Thanks everyone. I will get a quote from the driveshaft shop.

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    Only one supplier. Dynotech. PM me, Im a dealer

    Peter Bergman
    71 Dart GT, Stroker SB, Built For The Turns!

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    You can buy an adapter to convert the three bolt flange to 1350 u-joint yoke, then just get a driveshaft made with slip yoke. That is how I'm doing mine

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    ShaftMasters made one for me




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