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You can get equal length kits, but you cant use the cavalier ones, the track would be too wide.

the tinyness of the shafts makes things worse, decent thickness shafts do it less
 

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Jonix, possibly, but you would also need to convert to larger outer cv's at the same time, and you might find you ended up with not enough spline on them to actually fit the outer cv on.

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It's not a whole set of shafts that would need making up, you'd use the middle shaft from the Cally 16v, cav etc. then have the small that connects ot it made up to length, so it's only one short shaft that needs making up. The other side would remain the same.
 

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j1400 said:
It's not a whole set of shafts that would need making up, you'd use the middle shaft from the Cally 16v, cav etc. then have the small that connects ot it made up to length, so it's only one short shaft that needs making up. The other side would remain the same.

LOL, if he has thin shafts now and does that he will end up with a cav bearing on one end and a nova one on the other end and they would be different thicknesses too.
Unless you got the new shaft made up with a taper to have a cav inner and nova outer.
 

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Could make it up as a thin shaft with the 22 spline config so the cav inner CV could be used, that's what was gogin through my head anyways. OR get a plate diff like the rally cross boys ;)
 
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