DRIVESHAFTS AND COMPONENTS
Driveshaft angle can be tricky if you’ve lifted the suspension on a vehicle for extra ground clearance. Improper angle or geometry can mean roughness, vibration or premature wear on driveline components.
- Driveshaft Spacer – Got a lifted truck? Installing spacers is one of the easiest, cheapest ways to get the extra driveshaft length you need.
- Carrier Bearing Drop – A must for lifted vehicles with two-piece driveshafts, to maintain proper driveshaft angle and geometry.
- Driveshaft Shim Kit – Fine-tune your driveline geometry with a shim kit
- Driveshafts – Heavy duty steel driveshafts for various applications…balanced and ready to bolt up! Complete with yokes and U-joints.