Southbay driveline has built me both a front and rear driveline for my truck never had a problem. They finished both of mine within 2 days. I would definitely go back. Parking is not great but I've never had a problem. They make drivelines for race cars and such, so they know how to make a heavy-duty drive line.
Well, here in AZ I had Dick's Driveshaft build mine front driveshaft and I have NADA one complaint. Check them out online
I put them up for recommendation. My Driveshaft only cost about $160 and it's a tuff shaft
Bill, I'm also curious about your cad. Did you eliminate the cad but keep the auto hubs on the front? I've been dying to get manual hubs and a one piece axle for the front passenger side of my 1/2 ton Ram. Please let me know. By the way, I'm also in San Jose-I'm suprised I haven't seen your Ram on the road.
I'm lost here ... why would you want a big Ass drive shaft? I would think you would just want one that would break before you blew the transmission. (not break all the time ... but weaker than the transmission).
There is a company that has the warn lockout hub conversion for both the dana 44 and 60. The base price was around 1500 bucks when I called, I laughed and told them they could keep it. Ill post the site, gimmy a few min.
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