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    driveshaft hitting tunnel

    how do i solve this problem,, what are my options?

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    Sheet metal work time..... Remove seat(s), roll back carpet, cut the tunnel at the back of the cab till you get enough clearance on the back wall,get some sheet metal from local parts store and form a new tunnel piece. Weld or rivet piece to the floor then use urathine or seam sealer on the edges and paint the bare metal.

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    If you are not running angled lowering blocks then try some of them, should put your driveshaft at a better angle and not hitting the tunnel. I did this when i had the same problem and it solved it but every truck is different.
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    well took a air hammer to it an that did the trick

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