Driveline and Driveshafts, Light, Medium and Heavy Duty Truck and Industrial 

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What ever you call them! We can make it.  

Complete Drive Line and Driveshafts Service for All Cars, Trucks, Recreational/RV Motor homes, Foreign, Domestic Vehicles as well as 4 x 4 off road and 4wd Trucks and Jeeps. Custom, New OEM units and rebuilt driveline's, let us rebuild your existing unit and you save money. We offer a complete line of new Spicer Dana and NEAPCO end yokes, u-joints, and flanges, existing shafts shortened or lengthened.

Heavy duty commercial units are one of our main specialties, including farm, construction, golf course, mining and PTO equipment. Double and single Cardan CV joint shafts manufactured for vehicles with angle problems. See 1800-216-1632, free technical advise.

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Need help or tips with u joint repair tips for jeeps or truck as well as lowered cars, just give us a call we can help you remove vibration problems. See our free information on how to maintain or troubleshoot driveline's and driveshafts including angle phasing issues.

 


  • Lifting your vehicle?
  • Lowering your vehicle?
  • Want to replace an aluminum driveshaft?
  • Want to replace a carbon fiber drive shaft?
  • Or just need a replacement?

30 Years Experience, we can Help!

Troubleshooting Driveline Problems:

Angles and Phasing - Diagnostic & Testing

Field Problem Analysis and Answers

Troubleshooting Driveline Problems

Center Bearing Support Bracket


The basic function of your driveshaft is to transmit power from one point to another in a smooth and continuous action. In automobiles, trucksand construction equipment, the drivetrain is designed to send torque through and angle from the transmission to the axle (or auxiliary transmission). 

The driveshaft must operate through constantly changing relative angles between the transmission and axle. It must also be capable of changinglength while transmitting torque. The axle of the vehicle is not attached directly to the frame, but rides suspended by springs in an irregular, floating motion. Thismeans the driveshaft must be able to contact, expand and change operating angles,when going over bumps or depressions. This is accomplished through universal joints,which permit the driveline to operate at divergent angles, and slip joints, whichpermit contraction or expansion to take place.

We specialize in high speed balancing of the final assembled driveline's.  If your shaft drivelinestraight_large.jpgis not balanced with the actual end yoke and U-joints, you have not fixed the potential vibration problems. Our shop features the latest in driveling manufacturing and balancing equipment.

High Speed Balancing is the secret to smooth vibration free performance!

A driveshaft will not run smooth and vibration-free unless it is straight and in balance. Our shafts are, after assembly and before welding,pre-straighten to the above specifications. We then dynamically high speed balance the entire shaft assembly at the speed representative of the speed the shaft will encounter in its normal application.

We also specialize in high speed service, all rebuilt drivlines leave our shop within 36 hours after being received. 

  

We stock a complete line of high quality drive line components from the following vendors:

  • Spicer
  • Rockford
  • Detroit
  • Neapco
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To determine replacement driveshaft by application we will need to know the following:jeepdriveshaft_logo.jpg

  • Make, model and year of vehicle
  • Manual or Automatic transmission, with or without overdrive
  • 3,4, or 5 speed transmission
  • Make and model of transfer case
  • Engine size and type (diesel or gasoline - 4, 6, or 8 cylinder)
  • Series of drive shaft (if you know it)
  • Wheel base of vehicle
  • Location of Driveshaft (front or rear) 

The following table presents typical costs for some of the most common applications of driveline repairs, don't see yours just give us a call: 800-216-1632 .
Application

Work Accomplished

Typical Cost

4 x 4 Chevy 3/4 Truck - Lifted 4 inches, Lengthen drive shaft 6 inches, new u-joints and high speed balancing

$ 125.98

Dodge Ram 1/2 ton - Shaft bent, U-joints worn out Re-tube, replace U-joints and high speed balancing

$ 110.00

Buick Sedan 1989 - U-joints worn-out Replace U-joints and high speed balancing

$ 89.00

Ford Bronco (Full Size) C.V. Shaft rear Rebuilt

Replace

$ 215.00

$ 385.00

Ford Bronco II C.V. Shaft rear Rebuilt
Replace

$195.00

$ 285.00

Most Vehicles with bad U-joints U-Joint special (single piece)
U-Joint special (two piece)

$ 59.95

$ 79.95

All one piece driveshafts Straighten and High Speed Balance

        $ 94.50        

Nissan, Toyota, Mazda or Mitsubishi Non-repairable driveshafts Replaced with one piece unit with new replaceable ujoints

$ 250.00

New Items
Front Driveshaft for lifted Tahoe
Custom design removes vibration from front shaft assembly

$385.00

New Shorty Driveshaft with Cordon CV joint
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Custom driveshaft solves problem with short lengths and steep angles in may Jeep applications.

$369.00

 If it's a part and or components under your vehicle we can supply it!

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We also offer a large selection of driveline and drive shaft components, you can see the most popular yokes, stubs, flanges ujoints and center bearings .