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Your Jeep may currently have any one of the four following types of front shafts. Click on the photo that matches yours for more information on that type of shaft and what is available from us.   

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The stock Rubicon front drive shaft is a 1330 series CV (double cardan) drive shaft. Unless there has been a failure or damage to a stock drive shaft, there is not usually a need to replace the front drive shaft when lifting this vehicle. For the front CV drive shaft we have two options available. Either drive shaft will be built using upgraded heavy wall tube, larger/stronger slip yoke & spline stub and our “Gold Seal” universal joints. With our S spline, the drive shaft is $349.00. Our top of the line shaft with the longer travel X spline with XC...

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Jeep JL Drive Shafts We build a 1350 series drive shaft for the front and rear of the JL Jeeps. After careful consideration of things like horsepower, vehicle weight, available torque due to gearing, and just where the sport is headed, we have decided not to offer a 1310 series shaft for the JL. We don't believe it is safe and we'd rather lose a sale than sell something with which we are not confident. Because of this, 1350 series is our standard shaft for the JL and JT. 1410 will soon be an option for the rear shaft. Due to...

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JK Front Drive Shaft We custom build all drive shafts to order and, although we can build some drive shafts by application it is certainly best to take a measurement so the drive shaft is built to fit. The length measurement can be taken with or without the stock drive shaft installed. Measurement is best taken with the vehicle parked on flat ground at normal ride height. Measure from approximately center height (the 3 or 9 0’clock positions) for the best measurement. Need help deciding which drive shaft is right for you? If your drive shaft is not properly sized for...

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JK Rear Drive Shaft We custom build all drive shafts to order and, although we can build some drive shafts by application it is certainly best to take a measurement so the drive shaft is built to fit. The length measurement can be taken with or without the stock drive shaft installed. Measurement is best taken with the vehicle parked on flat ground at normal ride height. Measure from approximately center height (the 3 or 9 0’clock positions) for the best measurement.   Need help deciding which drive shaft is right for you? If your drive shaft is not properly sized for...

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