Q: Can you put a drive shaft on crooked

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Can you put a drive shaft on crooked

My car has 223000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

The drive shafts that connect the transmission to the wheels are called half shafts or propeller shafts and in most cases are not able to be put in crooked. They are either put on using fitted flanges or straight shafts. These shafts are balanced and may cause shaft imbalance.

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