Discussion in 'The Garage' started by drivelineman, May 10, 2006.
Its a billit 14 bolt flange this is 1480 but you 1550- Jess
Glad I saw it. I was on your site today looking for 14 bolt flanges. And your 241 c/v shaft. What kind of $????
Excuse my ignorance, but what are the advantages of having a flange at the axle yoke?
im gonna have to say angle it will operate given the joint is a 1480..or 1550?
also stronger than a yoke and dont have to replace straps/ ublots everytime you take the shaft off.
the 241 shaft slip yoke style one ton rated is 419.00- now for the flange version on the 14 bolt - its a stronger application first off and it deflects rocks well -and you can run a lrger than 1410 on it at the same time- Jess
I know people running 1450 joints and i dont see how in the world you could break one.....how in gods name could you break larger.
If there is a way-somebody with a lead foot could do it.
1480 is the same size as a d60 axle shaft joint. Of course these have broken but then again you the the multiplication of the r&p.
that's true-there are a couple truck pulling guys that would love 1480 - its custom and not everyone will want one that's for sure- Jess
I like the look of your new navigation buttons on the site. The other ones made the site look kinda childish. Much more professional now.
Ones of these days I hope to get HAD shafts, but it will have to be a while on my lowly pay. Need to change to 52's first
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