1350 Driveshaft, Standard
This is for those of you who have something more custom and need a 1350 shaft with a single joint on each end. For this to work you will have to have one of the options listed in each of the dropdown boxes below. Measure your flanges or yokes and the length as shown in the video embedded at the bottom of the page. Length measurements should be taken at ride height. Then just select the attachment type at each end, select the tube size, and select greaseable or non-greaseable joints. If you need an attachment type that isn't listed or have concerns about angles, having adequate compression/extension, or anything else please call us to order or for more info. 801-737-0757
If you have a flange, specify whether your t-case or pinion flange has threaded or smooth-bore drilled holes. We will build drive shaft to have the opposite so that the bolts will pass through one thing and thread into the other.
Select the tube diameter based primarily on length. 2" diameter tube is what we normally use for front shafts due to clearance being a common issue in the front. 3" and 3.5" is what we use for rear shafts. The longer the rear shaft , the larger the tube diameter. Select the .083" wall tube for vehicles that are primarily driven on the road and the .120" wall option for off road vehicles that are likely to have rocks bang against the tube from time to time.
This is by no means a complete list of all the options so if don't see what you need or if you have questions please call us! 801-737-0757
The pictures generally represent the shaft you select but depending on options the actual appearance of the shaft may vary.
Excellent driveshafts. These went on somewhat modified 1980, 1 ton square body with upgraded joints and custom wheelbase. I also have a pair of Tom Woods shafts on a modified '79 CJ5. Perfect!!
Simple shaft for my explorer with a 9inch rear and 1350 joints. Bolted right on, no vibrations and it arrived in 3 days. What’s not to like?