After the last trip to the dyno the torque when on the giggle gas showed breakage was imminent. Spent the past Saturday at a friends shop and with $50 in aluminum we built a driveshaft hoop. Used 3/8" plate for the axle mounts and then 3" X 3/8" aluminum for the sides and 3/8" for the gusseted hoop. We had everything tacked with the hoop following the angle of the driveshaft, somehow during the final welding it ended up almost straight :lol: . The Tig welder kept tripping because of the heat loss in the large chunk of aluminum so it was finished with the Mig. Welded 5/16 nuts to the back of the mounts for ease of bolting on. Now just 4 bolts on the mount and 4 on the u-joint and it can be removed. Gave it a quick buff on the wheel before mounting for some bling :lol: Hopefully it passes tech at the track, it needed to be 6" from the u-joint.