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      07-03-2023, 01:04 PM   #353
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Originally Posted by E90SpcGryM3 View Post
For those who installed their driveshaft, are there any specific measurements to be weary of to avoid weird vibrations? Specifically between the telescopic flange to the rear diff flange. Thanks!
Just make sure you pay attention to the diff bolts and the holes they came out of because one of them, in all likelihood, is different from the others. You'll notice that the receptacle for the telescopic flange has a yellow or green mark on it, which indicates, iirc, which hole the heaviest bolt goes into.
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