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yeah i think it will wobble even on the trail, cant be too good for the transfer case or pinion.. could be wrong tho. i just thing you still spin that sucker pretty good even on the trail
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yeah i think it will wobble even on the trail, cant be too good for the transfer case or pinion.. could be wrong tho. i just thing you still spin that sucker pretty good even on the trail
People have been running them for years if not decades now. Im not worried about it. Plus I just cant afford to have 2 HAD shafts made.
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im guessing thats some strong metal? or design? lol

idk what im doing out back yet.. just a different U joint until i get gears/lockers and a front drive shaft.

i'm partial to the square front ones because i've seen a few in action.. layed on rocks just eating the rock away.. others have pretty much sworn to them haha

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My zuki drove like **** on the streets dont know if it was no shocks or square driveshaft or what
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HAD?
im guessing thats some strong metal? or design? lol

idk what im doing out back yet.. just a different U joint until i get gears/lockers and a front drive shaft.

i'm partial to the square front ones because i've seen a few in action.. layed on rocks just eating the rock away.. others have pretty much sworn to them haha
High Angle Driveline. They are a company. http://highangledriveline.com/

He makes kick *** driveshafts.
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and kicks our asses in price? haha

how does he compare to Tom Woods?

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and kicks our asses in price? haha

how does he compare to Tom Woods?
There are people who have ran HAD shafts for almost a decade with no breakage. Id rather spend the little extra and get one of his dshafts over anyone elses.
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i take that as that they are better? lol

alright, when it comes time to get a rear DS i'll look into it thanks
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