The reason you should always mark your vehicle's drive shaft before disassembling it.

Very good demonstration of how your driveshaft works

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+7 1. Judge-Jake commented 194 days ago

Someone's going to need a new credit card. :D

Remember guys the driven member needs to be at a constant speed :D
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+5 2. drienuldrie commented 194 days ago

Somehow deleted Snotr from my browser bookmarks.
Revisiting the site tonight after totally forgetting about it for at least a year.
Just watched this video.
Suddenly remembered why this site is so great.
It's good to be back.
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+4 3. thundersnow commented 194 days ago

#2 Welcome back, drienuldrie! :)
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0 4. joeman commented 189 days ago

Welcome back #2!