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Q: Will a drive shaft from a 93 chevrolet 1500 4×4 fit in a 05 chevrolet avalanche 2wd

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Will a drive shaft from a 93 chevrolet 1500 4×4 fit in a 05 chevrolet avalanche 2w

My car has 18300 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: The two driveshafts are most likely differe...

The two driveshafts are most likely different lengths due to one being a 4wd and the other 2wd. You could lay them side by side and compare them to see if they are the same, but I doubt that this will work.

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