Measuring Your Jeep Wrangler JL Front and Rear Shafts
We build a 1350 series drive shaft for the front and rear of the JL Jeeps. Due to the many options available on the JL we do require length measurements in order to build the drive shaft. The measurement can be taken with or without the stock shaft still installed.
If you have replaced the stock transfer case or axles please give us a call and we can guide you through the measurements and dimensions you will need to provide in order for us to build you a drive shaft.
Rear shafts. We are currently unable to build rear shafts for JL models with a Dana 35 rear differential.
Measurement is best taken with the vehicle parked on flat ground at normal ride height. Measure from approximately center height (the 3 or 9 o’clock position) for the best measurement. If you have a lift installed on the vehicle, you may need something to rotate the differential for the CV type drive shaft to function properly. This is typically done with adjustable control arms.
Pinion should be 1 – 3 degrees lower than the slope of the drive shaft.
Our drive shaft package replaces the rear output flange to a C.V. (Double Cardan) compatible flange for the t-case, and replaces the stock pinion flange with an aftermarket yoke.
The above drive shaft is the 1350 series. Cost is $759.00 plus the $10.00 processing and packaging fee.
We use our Gold Seal U-Joints standard. Spicer Greaseable (with the grease fitting in the body of the cross) or Non Greaseable U-Joints can be installed if preferred with no additional charge.
Tom Wood's JL 1350 Front Shaft
Length measurements need to be taken the same way as stated above for the rear shaft.
The above package is the 1350 series that only requires replacing the transfer case yoke. The yoke is included with the shaft. The shaft will bolt to the stock pinion flange with the stock bolts. The cost on this package is $649.00 plus the $10.00 processing and packing fee.