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Custom driveshaft

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by jerseyk5, Mar 9, 2001.

  1. jerseyk5

    jerseyk5 Registered Member

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    Anybody have a name where I can get a driveshaft made with one of those cv joints in it ?
     
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    tom woods custom drive shafts made me one and let me tell you is kicks @$$ !! i love it. he is in ogden utah and ships world wide. 1-801-393-4538. or 1-877-4xshaft. if you want any more info. just let me know

    ken "blue ox" in readers rides
     
  3. jerseyk5

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    Hey, thanks alot. You wouldn't happen tp remember how much it was do you?
     
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    i just went and grabbed the reciept. it came to $325. that was for a brand new drive shaft and the cv drive shaft end. the u-joints and yoke also. he is real cool to work with. if you have any questions on how to measure it out he will help you the whole way. this guy knows his crap. i found the phone number without the letters. 1-877-497-4238.

    ken
     
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    Great, thanks again.
     
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    gokartergo 3/4 ton status Staff Member Moderator

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    This place sounds pretty good to High angle drive shafts.
    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://commerce.prodigybiz.com/customer/h/highangledriveline/default.html>http://commerce.prodigybiz.com/customer/h/highangledriveline/default.html</A>

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    I'll second that. I got a new front shaft from Tom Wood and end up driving home from Tellico on it. It was smooth enough to drive at 60 MPH. I even drove to work on the front only for a few days.

    Jim '80 GMC
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    yeah, High Angle Driveline is actually owned by jesse jaynes a guy that goes by drivelineman on this forum. He makes some nice stuff, Jesse if you see this I still want those driveshafts just waiting on the tax return.

    Later

    Have you driven OVER a Ford lately?
     
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    I just got a drive shaft from Jesse at High Angle Driveline, let me tell you, it runs smooth as silk down the road, took care of some ugly vibrations. I highly recommend him, he does great work. His phone no. is 1-530-872-5725. Web site <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.highangledriveline.com>http://www.highangledriveline.com</A> email forwhlr@saber.net.

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