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Driveshaft Option

Wassup everyone. To get straight to it my driveshaft is warped and I need a new one. I have a 07 cts v. Was thinking of getting the one piece aluminum driveshaft from DSS. Or a stock one. Does the one piece affect my rear end? Is it worth it? Looking for some input to get my daily back on the road. Thank you.


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Not familiar with the cts, but people replace the 2 piece drive shaft on v-6 4th gen firebirds & camaros with no problems resulting.
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