Are both the front and the rear driveshaft loops necessary when upgrading? $240 for both is pretty steep. Is it okay to run only the front or rear safety loop? and if so, which one is more important?
+1, I went with the Metco front.If you have a one piece Drive shaft the front is all that you need, but if you still have the two piece DS you need both.
If the driveshaft, or the u-joint, breaks in the front the shaft can fall down and catch the ground, and actually has a possibility of flipping the car end over end. It is a safety precaution, and a good idea too.Why exactly is a safety loop needed when upgrading the DS? What do the loops do?
I think it is also required on any car running 12.99 or quicker. Or maybe it was 11.99. But I think it's a good idea even with just drag radials.I believe NHRA only requires a loop if you're running slicks.