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Old 05-26-2006, 07:37 PM   #1
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I am trying to install the Drivshaft disconnect and they want me to drill through the Differential Housing... But as you can see it's going to be a big hole/grove... I am not even sure I can drill it (being that it's cast iron)

If you look at the white tape thats where they say the hole/grove should go...

Can I drill there without busting the housing? etc...

This is going to be on a 2001 Dodge Dakota Ext Cab

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I am trying to install the Drivshaft disconnect and they want me to drill through the Differential Housing... But as you can see it's going to be a big hole/grove... I am not even sure I can drill it (being that it's cast iron)

If you look at the white tape thats where they say the hole/grove should go...

Can I drill there without busting the housing? etc...

This is going to be on a 2001 Dodge Dakota Ext Cab

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