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    Looking for fitment of this part number

    My google foo has failed me, so I am turning to the masses. I am looking for what this spicer part number fits. It is a double Cardon drive shaft. I would like to pick up a spare. Problem is I have no ****en clue what it came out of. I obviously modify it to fit my jeep.
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    here is what I found..
    66-69 Blazer
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    Betcha it's out of an xj...maybe..

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    Or a Ford Bronco or F100 or F150 or 250. 60s-70s era for sure. Looks like 909363-2600 is an OE part number for an unfinished kit that Spicer used in a few finished shafts of their own (from apparently 23-38"), and also sold to other companies for customization, including Torque Traction Integration Technologies, Inc.
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    This Spicer document indicates 66-69 Bronco, K10 and K20 (and probably more. it's 30 pages long and I stopped looking at page 4)
    Embedded PDF here

    *Just realized this is the same as Bad Karma's post
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    I have that shaft here at our shop if your still looking for it thing1/

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    We have this shaft here at our shop if your still interested its brand new we never needed to use it.

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