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    hey guys, is a Wagon AE71 tail shaft one peice?

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    no they are not.
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    Panel van tailshafts are, but they are to suit an S-series diff.

    Wagons, as stated above, are two piece, but they do not separate by simply unbolting. You have to take it to a driveshaft place and get them to press the unis out.
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    custom tail shaft only 150. doo eeet
    T18 in the build

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    Quote Originally Posted by Javal View Post
    Panel van tailshafts are, but they are to suit an S-series diff.
    My Pannos tail shaft was two piece. So has every other panno I have been under so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt99 View Post
    My Pannos tail shaft was two piece. So has every other panno I have been under so far.
    AE71 or KE70?

    This could get interesting.
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    KE70. Definatly was two peice, K gearbox to S series diff.

    Still have it if we need pics for proof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt99 View Post
    KE70. Definatly was two peice, K gearbox to S series diff.

    Still have it if we need pics for proof.
    No pics needed.

    Maybe the case is that the KE70 p/v has a two piece, and the AE71 p/v has a once piece.

    Someone with an AE71 P/V care to chime in?
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