I realised that the trick is getting in and out of the U-joint, and bonding it so that is sits well and secured. Its not a detachable part, and I suspect what is being done is actually a minor form of modification on a whole piece of shaft-joint.
Even if we had the tools to work with, I doubt if it might produce the desired results unless we had the experience and expertise to see it through. That having said, it might be interesting had we known the tools used to obtain the desired results.
I mean, the MB drive shaft and u-joint is not something that you can dismantle and re-assemble with relative ease though I wish now did it is. Nor is it as simple as replacing nuts and bolts and hoping that the vibration is solved.
I was hoping someone here would have had the experience to guide us through.
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