Premium Extended Front Driveshaft for Lifted Broncos

66-77 Ford Bronco

Condition: New
Part Number: 2938X
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Price: $399.00

Fits: 1966-77 Ford Bronco

TOMS OFFROAD premium extended front heavy duty driveline for 66-77 Ford Broncos. This driveshaft generally fits early Broncos with stock transmission and 3.5 to 5.5 inch suspension lift. If you have a non-stock transmission, please measure and verify length needed prior to ordering. Running length at center of travel is 24.75 inches from outer u-joint to outer u-joint. This driveline fits Dana Spicer style 1310 transfer case yokes.

Extended Front Early Bronco Driveshaft:
  • 2 inch DOM tubing
  • Full length splines for longer travel
  • Custom H-block & CV joint for better angle range of motion
  • Forged slip yokes & splined shafts for added strength
  • Steel CV center housing for added strength.
  • Collapsed length measures 22.25 inches, Extended length measures 27.25 inches.

The splines on our premium driveshafts are fully splined for much better and stronger engagement, whereas the splines on our standard driveshafts only extend a portion of the slip shaft.



  • Fits 1966 to 1977 Ford Broncos with Dana Spicer 1310 transfer case yokes.
  • If you have a Cleveland style driveline, which is no longer serviceable, you will need to purchase a Spicer style transfer case yoke at the same time.
  • Please select your transmission, differential and suspension height using the drop-down menus. This will help us to double-check that the driveshaft you are ordering will be correct for your application. This is only for reference and not a guarantee of fitment for application. To ensure proper fitment, you should always verify that the running length of the driveshaft is appropriate for your application by measuring your current setup.

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