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Old 05-12-2006, 02:38 PM
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Default Source for long splines? (driveshaft)

8" ain't cuttin' it. Need more, mooooore, MOOOOOOOOORRRRRREEEEE BWAAAAAHHHAAAAAAHHAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!

Oh, phew. Kinda lost it there for a minute.

I almost separated my front driveshaft a few weeks ago, it's very, very close, and the driveshaft is as long as I dare make it. So I need more spline, d00d.

Anybody got a source for same? Yes, I know Englewood (who does very good work) and Rocky Mountain will redo my dshaft, I am looking for inexpensive and tough ag splines for purchase and DIY install.
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Old 05-12-2006, 02:58 PM
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8" ain't cuttin' it. Need more, mooooore, MOOOOOOOOORRRRRREEEEE BWAAAAAHHHAAAAAAHHAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!

Oh, phew. Kinda lost it there for a minute.

I almost separated my front driveshaft a few weeks ago, it's very, very close, and the driveshaft is as long as I dare make it. So I need more spline, d00d.

Anybody got a source for same? Yes, I know Englewood (who does very good work) and Rocky Mountain will redo my dshaft, I am looking for inexpensive and tough ag splines for purchase and DIY install.

In my opinion there is only ONE source for long spline never worry about it again DS's. Tom Woods! Your friend in the shaft bussiness!
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Old 05-13-2006, 12:17 AM
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Weld the IFS back on and be done with it :Q
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Old 05-13-2006, 10:56 PM
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In my opinion there is only ONE source for long spline never worry about it again DS's. Tom Woods! Your friend in the shaft bussiness!
Hey Bill. Tom Wood's kid has a shop in Moab: Moab Powertrain, 435-259-5132. He may be able to help you out. BTW, he's the guy that welded my steering box brace on last year, for dirt cheap.

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