Jenson interceptor propshaft flange same as?
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    Jenson interceptor propshaft flange same as?

    I'm using a Salisbury axle from an Interceptor, I don't have the propshaft end, to make up a new shaft for the car its going onto.
    Are XJS etc prop shaft ends the same size? thanks

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    I have an Interceptor prop at work, ill measure it if you need me to.

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    Is the prop going spare? I know the size from the diff input flange. thanks

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    Ah, sorry, I thought you needed the measurement of a Jensen prop, i misunderstood.

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    Chances are it's the same,and I think tires are the same as well.

    You're best bet as it' will need to go to a propensity place,is get them to supply the end.
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