Driveshaft, which to choose

Qwik281

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Trying to figure out wich driveshaft to buy. Was set on buying a dss one but I hear some people have had problems. So is the Ford racing piece better or steeda or should I stick with getting a dss. It would help to hear what some people are running on here.
 

debit_free_2010

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I'm running the 4" Spicer/FRPP driveshaft, Been to 190 several times with it and no vibrations.

It looks like the Steeda driveshaft is a rebranded Spicer anyway.

Denny's driveshaft has the best pricing w/free shipping on either the 3.5" or 4" Spicer.
 

KBBoss302

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Dynotech on mine and very happy with it even at big speeds. The FRPP one wasn't available when I bought mine but it seems to be an excellent choice. Way too many problems with DSS on this forum and others.
 

vortecd

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I really don't think you can go wrong with any of them. I have a Shaftmasters and would buy another
 

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I have a dss and it makes weird clicking noises when under load initially, like taking off from 1st or getting on/off gas. I can hear it when hitting gas/letting off next to a Jersey wall. Other than that it's smooth
 

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Same. No issues DSS. Choose it over the Ford due to shop recommendation and the CV in the rear so no need to change pinion angle.
 

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