SAFETY LOOP, DRIVESHAFT, STIFFLERS, BLACK INDUSTRIAL GRADE POWDER COAT, INCL MOUNTING HARDWARE, LIGHTWEIGHT, EXCEEDS NHRA SPECS, BOLT IN DESIGN
Stifflers' Driveshaft Safety Loop
Engineered to exceed NHRA regulations.
This one of a kind driveshaft safety loop will save you and your investment from the destructive effects of a broken driveshaft. Quick and easy bolt-in application requires no drilling or welding and weighs almost 2 lbs. less than most popular styles! Works with a variety of both Ford and GM automatic and manual transmissions (see below) and does not interfere with most aftermarket exhaust.Comes complete with all mounting hardware.
Launch hard with confidence!
Partial removal of torque arm boss on TR3550, TKO-500 & 600's is required
- '96~'98 Cobras and Fox cars using a T-45 need to order P/N: M-5478-125SFA
to ensure proper tunnel clearance
- Modification required for 94~'95 GT's & Cobra's using factory exhaust hanger plate
- Exceeds NHRA specs
- No drilling, No welding, No hassle
- Quick, bolt-in installation
- Fits with these transmissions:
Automatics (C4, C5, AOD, AODE, A4LD, 4R70W, Power Glide, TH-350 and more.)
Manuals (early model Top Loaders, TR-3550, TR-3650, T-45, T-5, T-56, TKO's)
- Lightweight! (2 pounds less than typical loops)
- Works with aluminum driveshafts
- Powder coated for long life
- Complete with all hardware
A Word about Pinion Angle
When the DSL is installed with the factory crossmember and transmission mount, the rear of the transmission is raised by the thickness of the DSL (1/4?ǥ). Doing this causes a change in the driveline angle which may induce driveline vibration, reduce traction under acceleration or cause unwanted stress in the driveline.
Therefore, to ensure optimum performance it is recommended to correct the pinion angle change.
This can be easily accomplished in one of several ways:
- Use a Stifflers Crossmember (On ?
Product Instructions and Additional Info:m-5478-1sfa_instruction