Here's the story... Out in Florence on Axle Alley last month, 3 hours from home, on the second waterfall, I break a rear shaft. No trail spare (I know, that was stupid /forums/images/graemlins/smirk.gif) , anyway, winched and strapped the rest of the way to camp by the 2nd Amigo, therobzilla /forums/images/graemlins/cool.gif. Drove to Rob's house 40 miles away in front wheel drive, spent a day there (thanks my friend!) while I had a "driveshaft" built by Arizona drivelines, drivelinesolutions.com, gloeco, or whatever Oscar wants to call his junk. (I should have just called Jess and had something overnighted, but hindsights 20/20 /forums/images/graemlins/frown.gif)I get back to Prescott, no problemo. Light wheeling /forums/images/graemlins/tongue.gif a few times between then, also no problems. We run Judgement Day today and here's a few pics. I'm pissed /forums/images/graemlins/angryfire.gif I didn't get what I told them I wanted, cost valuable trail time, and held up the rest of the group. Had the shaft been made of the material I told them to make it from, this wouldn't have happened....... You can bet your sweet Arse I'll be paying a visit to that "shop" and presenting them with the evidence. If he offers to build the shaft I ASKED FOR, you can guarantee I'll be standing there watching as the work is done....... I wanted to pass this along to my CK5 gang as a heads up.