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Inland Empire Aluminum Driveshaft 1994-96 Chevy Impala SS & Caprice

Inland Empire IC9496
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Inland Empire Aluminum Driveshaft 1994-96 Chevy Impala SS & Caprice $459.99
Aluminum Driveshaft
  • 1994-96 Chevy Impala SS & Caprice
  • 3'' Tube

  • Balanced & Ready to Install, Plus Accepted by NHRA/IHRA

    Reduce vehicle weight while eliminating the worry about your stock driveshaft warping when you drop the hammer. Inland Empire builds their driveshafts with strength and safety. Shaft tubing ranges from 3" to 5" depending on vehicle and purpose.

    Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws / regulations

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