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Old 12-15-2007, 12:01 AM   #1
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Default FS: SFPH 4T65E HD "Bullet Proof" Half Shafts

I bought and installed these back in May '07 when I had my trans rebuilt. They've got about 7K on them and ~10 track passes. They still look like new. I'm selling these as I'm demodding my car. :( These are the first parts to be removed.

These axles are a great insurance policy if you have a modded vehicle. If you've ever seen a stock axle break at the track during a burnout or launch...it ain't pretty.

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Asking price is $500 shipped via UPS w/ tracking number. (If paying via PayPal, add $13 to cover fees.) I will not need your cores...so you save over $100 right there.

**** These fit 2000-2003 SSEis. I'm not sure on other years. ****

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The South Florida Pulley HQ 4T65E HD Half Shafts have been completely rebuilt and strengthened to handle Horsepower upwards of over 500 Horsepower, for either Street or Competition use.

Our SFPH Bullet Proof Half Shafts are currently used on the World'* Fastest 1997 GTP FWD-launching Grand Prix with many 60 foots in the 1.5'*, with an ET of 9.98@143 mph!

SFPH Bullet Proof Half Shafts have not only been completely modified on the Outboard, but also on the Inboard part of these shafts. We also install Larger Balls inside the Inboard Cage to strengthen the durability of these shafts, for longer longevity life and they will not come apart under Extreme Torque Loads!

We also use a longer lasting, yet Softer Thermal Quality Material CV Boot, compared to the hard rubber CV Boots from the Factory, that are always tearing and causing premature failure of the Outer CV Joint, because of the water and dirt that get into the joints and ruin them, once the boots break.
2003 SSEi [ 06/10: 12.570 @ 108.82 (1.831 60') ]
1999 Grand Prix GTP - [ Being tuned ]
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locked for double posting.

also, this section is for mechanical problems only, not for sale or trade

please continue in your For Sale or Trade section post http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...831&highlight=
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