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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by TXsizeK5, Sep 8, 2002.
Where can I get a CV shaft and how much do they run? Thanks
One like this,
www.highangledriveline.com I cant remember exactly how much I paid but I think it was like $430.Thats with our 10%member discount. /forums/images/icons/grin.gif
Frizzlefry called it, you wont be disapointed. Don't forget the 1410 rear yolk / U-Joint.
yup give jesse a call he gave me a price of $519 for a 1350 CV shaft but i think thats with out the ck5 discount.
Yes, I definitly recommend Jesse @ High Angle Driveline /forums/images/icons/smile.gif. Here is a pic of mine;
And one straight from the back;
I have nothing against Jess. He builds great shafts but I will use Tom Woods for mine. I think you would be happy going to either.
How do you guy's keep your trucks so clean underneath??? /forums/images/icons/confused.gif
oh... i think i have one actaully.... what does a normal driveshaft (non cv) look like? Thanks
The CV joint would be at the T-case end, not the axle end. If you look at the joint, there will be 2 U-joints just a couple of inches from each other in the CV joint (with a little ball in between them. The standard shaft will have just one U-joint in that location.
Stock, all of our trucks came with a C/V front driveshaft (lighter duty than what these guys are showing here) and a standard rear driveshaft.
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