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    Default Drive shaft disconnect

    I want to be able to tow my 00 tundra 4 down behind my motor home and need a drive shaft disconnect. I know Remco makes them, but due to how expensive they are, I'm looking for a used one. So if anyone has one they'd like to sell, please contact me and maybe we can make a deal.

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    Ron
    2000 SR5 TRD Sunrise Red Access Cab 4x4, Supercharged 4.7L, Helwig, Air Bags, Optima Red Top, S&S Jet Hot Coated Headers, single in - dual out Borla with chrome 3" tips under the bumper. Painted fender flairs, running boards and ARE Topper with Bed Rug carpet; clear corners and 17" American Racing Ventura polished wheels with 265/75-17 BFG T/As. Use truck to tow either my custom 64 Fairlane 2dr sdn or 6000 lbs travel trailer.

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    Default Re: Drive shaft disconnect

    All you need is 2 14mm wrenches and some time. 20 bucks vs $$$$ for a disconnect. Ive done it plenty of times with various vehicles. Takes 15 mins to take it on or off or 5 mins if your good at it.

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