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1ton swap driveshafts

What are you guys using for drive shafts with your 1ton swaps? I need a set that will go with my Super Duty Dana 60 and 14b rear. I was hoping someone made a set of shafts for the swap since they are so common nowadays.

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for the rear I just used a Jk 1350 shaft available anywhere. I had it cut a little when I put the hemi in and it fit fine with a 14 bolt 1350 yoke.
I'm not sure about the front. the 1310 shaft I had is too long now.
I know I should buy a 1350 yoke for the 60, a new flange for the tcase, and a 1350 CV shaft, but I'm having a hard time justifying nearly a grand for a shaft on an axle that has locking hubs.
I'm thinking of trying to modify a super duty front shaft to fit or maybe just putting a 1330 yoke on the front driveshaft and have it cut a little.
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$642
still a lot of dough
http://www.adamsdriveshaftoffroad.co...e-duty-series/

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I used the same tom woods 1310 front that I ordered from quadratec years ago when I had a dana 30. No changes were made to it. Just needed a 1310 yoke.

For the rear, I called up Adams and ordered a 1350 and ordered my own 1350 yoke. Gave them one measurement and it was under my jeep 2 days later.

A driveshaft is a driveshaft, it's just the dimensions that change. One ton swaps often involve wheelbase changes so there is no way to just click and order a driveshaft.

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You still need to measure, but we sell a bunch of driveshafts for these swaps. 1310 or 1350. We can usually adapt to any yoke you have as well.


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Adams 1350 front and rear 1350/1410

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I went with Adams as well. I went 1350 front and rear. I have a rear sterling and front d60 both of which have flanges and not yokes. Adams knew exactly what I had and was easy to deal with.

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I appreciate it guys.

I am going to look into using some Super Duty driveshafts and just have them lengthened/shortened to fit along with the right yokes. I guess if it doesn't pan out ill be spending $1400 on driveshafts...

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So maybe two of these for the front and rear, and two SD driveshafts adjusted the the length I need should work. Ill update this thread with what I figure out.

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This thread is relevant to my interests. I've got a set of super duty axles I'm rebuilding in my garage and was wondering the same thing. What some companies want for just driveshafts would eat my axle budget.
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I used Adam's front and rear.

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