They are made for a specific length, but it should fit if you have a 3" lift. During the group buy, all the 3" lift trucks were about the same length +/- .125". I guarantee they weren't made with that high of a tolerance. My truck was measured at 67.5" flange to flange. The slip yoke can take up some of the difference.
I am taking it off because I appear to be the only one who still has vibes after trying the one-piece (other than Hans Moleman). The one piece fixed the shudder at takeoff, but did not solve the vibes at high speed. This makes me think there is something else causing the problem, so I am selling this one to pay for more diagnostics. I found a stock 2 piece that i am having a local dirveline shop modifiy. I am going to try the putting the double cardan at the rear diff. I wanted to duplicate the old tacoma driveshafts, but there was concern about clearance for the double cardan flange near the carrier bearing mount.
I don't think it will fit. Your's will be longer because the prerunner does not have a transfer case. I also believe the mounting is different. If I remember correctly, the front of your driveshaft is splined, not a 4 bolt flange, but i may be wrong. If you can post a pic of your shaft as it is currently installed, I may be able to give you a more definitive answer.
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