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Default Yokomo YZ-4T

Using bits from the YZ-2T I've started to convert my old YZ-4 belt car into a 4wd truck, the only issue is drive shafts.... the 89mm YZ2-T are too short for the front and a few mm too long for the rear has anyone made up there own? I have plenty of yokomo dogdones all I can think is to make up the desired length and get them welded?

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A mate of mine Tom French built one, no details on forums but saw something on Facebook, maybe worth looking him up and asking him?
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It is me Mark 😂
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hmmm need to research this would be perfect for photo manipulation tutorialss

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Maybe Tekno ET410 dogbones?
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Haha ok Tom 😂😂
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