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My latest mod just arrived...It's so purty but not for long!!

On a serious note, the customer service from Troy at Tom Woods and the speed that they shipped me the driveshaft was great.
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My latest mod just arrived...It's so purty but not for long!!

On a serious note, the customer service from Troy at Tom Woods and the speed that they shipped me the driveshaft was great.
there are plenty of places to buy a driveshaft, and plenty of people to buy them from... but I've been dealing with Tom since the Six States days, and his service has been second to none. to me, top notch service is what keeps customers coming back over the years.

I got my first drive shaft from him in the late 90's and have run several of his since. when I put shafts on my JK, ill be ordering from him again...

its a shame a drive shaft isn't as much fun as new tires or a new locker "hey! lets go out and test my new driveshaft!!" lol

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It looks sweet! Can't wait to tear it up at Moab!

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It looks sweet! Can't wait to tear it up at Moab!
Need to make sure it is "Trail Rated" before the trip!!
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Finally got off my ass and installed the driveshaft and yokes today. Will trail test it this weekend at the event at Hardrock.

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Finally got of my ass and installed the driveshaft and yokes today. Will trail test it this weekend at the event at Hardrock.
What size lift you got and 1310 or 1350?
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I too had phenominal customer service and speed with my TJ driveshafts, and decided to go with them again, my front driveshaft will be arriving tomorrow from them.
Also from what I could tell on the few driveshafts at 4wd.com, 1350 through them was 800.00 where Woods 1350 was 655.00 delivered. Awesome customer service and the best price.

Also, he's on a lift above so the axles are dropped showing more lift than he actually has...

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What size lift you got and 1310 or 1350?
1310, and I am running a 4.5" BDS lift.

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Also, he's on a lift above so the axles are dropped showing more lift than he actually has...
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How did the EVO rear shock bracket affect your 4.5" lift? Did you have to do anything special to compensate for the higher bottom shock mount location?

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Finally got off my ass and installed the driveshaft and yokes today. Will trail test it this weekend at the event at Hardrock.
Well its official, we've now been exposed to a Moose's Woody!


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How did the EVO rear shock bracket affect your 4.5" lift? Did you have to do anything special to compensate for the higher bottom shock mount location?
Had to change out the rear shocks. The raised lower shock mount made the BDS shock that came with the lift bottom out on the up-travel. Put on a shorter Fox 2.0 shock.

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