I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! We get a lot of questions about our Ford F-250 and F-350 front driveshafts. Customers often want to know if these prop shafts will fit their trucks with manual transmissions or automatic transmissions.
The truth about all of the front drive shafts that we sell is that the constant velocity flange pilot and front u-joint are the same on all of them. When it comes to these shafts, the only difference in any of them is the length. This is determined by the length of tubing that is used to construct the driveshaft. So, if you've got a lifted F-250 or F-350, we can either send you a custom length drive shaft or direct you to a different listing that corresponds to the length for you application.
For reference, these shafts use a CV flange that has a 2.00" pilot in the middle with a bolt circle diameter of 4.250". For the front universal joint, they use the 1350 series which is 3.625" wide with a bearing cap dimension of 1/188".
I hope this helps you guys out! Thanks for reading and don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Have a great day!
Justin from ProShaft