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High Angle Driveshafts??

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Michk5, Nov 28, 2004.

  1. Michk5

    Michk5 1/2 ton status

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    First off, I live in Japan so calling them can be difficult with the time change. So what I need to know is, what does a set(2)of 1 ton shafts roughly go for?(1350 on TC and 1410 on axle) These are for a blazer with a dana 60 and a 14 bolt, with 6'TC lift. Thanks in advance...Matt
     
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    if ity has a 1350 cv and a 1410 and the axle you should expect to pay around $400 each. plus you will probably need an output flange and that runs $100 each.

    if it's a 1350 ujoint at the case and a 1410 at the axle, i would expect to pay $250- $350 each

    but these # are really rough
     
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    You should be able to email Jesse at High Angle for a price quote. If not, PM him here, his name is drivelineman.
     
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    Your front shaft will require flange machine work which carries a core charge. You'll need a new yoke on the axle too. After you return your core, with the CK5 discount, your shaft will be approximately $523. That's what I paid for mine.

    In the rear you'll need Jesse's patented flange to install the 1 ton cv, and a 1410 for your 14 bolt. I'd say that will run you only slightly more than the front shaft because it will be longer, and require the patented flange which costs just a hair more than the machined stock flange for the front, maybe $600 total delivered.

    Send Jess an email, or call him and he'll get you hooked up, either that or I can do it for you (I sell shafts for Jesse as well).
     

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