Sometimes ... often the front end has a splined sleeve that slides
over a matching splined shaft and the back end is attached to the axle
with u-bolts . There WILL be a splined joint somewhere in the drive line
to account for axle movement (exception is an independent suspension
system , the splines will be in the axles) . Sometimes though , the
front end is a flange that bolts to a matching flange on the trans or
transfer case .
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