Measuring Your Dodge Ram Trucks and Ram Charger Drive Shafts

Dodge used different types of drive shafts stock from the factory. Please see below for examples and how to measure.

Front Drive Shafts

Figure 1: Double Cardan Yoke at T-Case. Type A drive shaft with standard spline $299.00 with X spline, $319.00 using 1310 series u-joints. Measure length as per Figure 3.

 

Figure 2: Double Cardan Flanged at T-Case. Type A drive shaft with flange at C.V. end with standard spline $349.00 with X spline, $369.00 using 1310 series u-joints. Measure length as per Figure 4.

Measure for Length and U-Joint Size

Fixed yoke to fixed yoke

Flanged yoke to fixed yoke

U-Joint size

 

Spline/Slip Yoke Differences

Newer ¾ & 1 Ton Front Drive Shafts (with double cardan and flanged both ends)

Figure 7: Double Cardan Flanged both ends newer ¾ & 1 ton front drive shafts. Starting at $569.00

 

 

Figure 8: Measure length for flanged yoke to flanged yoke

 

Figure 9: If the differential flange is not the serrated type, we will need to know flange A, B, C1 & C2 dimensions.

 

Type B Front Drive Shaft

Figure 10: Starting at $239.00 on 2” tube using 1310 series u-joints. Please call with your dimensions for more detailed pricing.

Figure 11: Measure length of fixed yoke to fixed yoke

 

Figure 12: U-Joint size

DODGE 1500 Front Type AC Drive Shaft

Figure 13: Stock drive shaft

Figure 14: Replacement Drive shaft for newer ½ tons. Starting at $509.00

 

Figure 15: Measure length  for reverse slip to flanged yoke

 

Figure 16: For the Flange we will need to know the A, B, C1 & C2 dimensions.

Rear Drive Shaft

Please note we cannot build drive shafts longer than 75” also, we do not build or balance 2 Piece type drive shafts with the carrier bearing. Please follow our measuring guide so the correct drive shaft can be built. Dodge used many different types of drive shafts stock from the factory over the years.

Figure 17: Type B shaft

Figure 18: Type C shaft

Figure 19: Length measurement

Figure 20: U-Joint size

 

Figure 21: For the Flange we will need to know the A, B, C1 & C2 dimensions.

 

Figure 22: CV Drive Shaft

 

Figure 23: Conventional two joint drive shaft