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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
What are you running?

Adams Driveshaft and Off Road
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There are so many choices 1310 or 1350.
Factory flanges or aftermarket
Greaseable or not
I want to have the strongest shaft with the least amount of problems.
 

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What are you running?

Adams Driveshaft and Off Road
Coast Drive Line
Fabtech Motor Sports
ICON Vehicle Dynamics
JE Reel
Poly Performance
Rough Country
Rubicon Express
Synergy
Tatton
Teraflex
Tom Woods
Others

There are so many choices 1310 or 1350.
Factory flanges or aftermarket (Tom Woods)
Greaseable or not
I want to have the strongest shaft with the least amount of problems.
I am running them on my JKR with 37s and haven't had any issues. Tom Woods treated me well. When I ordered them as I had them made to order and had them in my hands in less than a week. I've heard good things from other manufacturers but no first hand experience.
 

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Currently running stock shafts.

I ran Tom Woods shafts in my past Jeeps and never had any problems.
When time comes this Jeep will run the same.
 

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Been running coast in the front for 3 years and a tatton in the rear for about a year now. Was 35's and 4.10s now 37's and 5.13's.
 

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Adams here and very happy so far. A number of folks I ride with are also running the Adams now and all have been happy with them. I went 1350 rear and 1310 front. Will go with Adams on my TJ build with 1310s front and rear. The 1350 rear gets really close to the River Raider gas tank skid though.
 

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Adams 1310. The 1st rear they sent was too short. Had a replacement in less than a week from one coast to the other. No problems with the shafts. the front keeps the stock flange on the axle, the rest get new yokes.
 

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I am running Tattons, but don't think I can recommend them.
The rear had to be rebuilt after about 10,000 miles and the front is starting to make noise now. (about 15,000 miles)
 

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My shafts a Woody as well. Ran them on my last 2 Jeeps and no complaints.
 

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no longer sell the shafts

We actually no longer sell the shafts.
That explains why I could not find them on your web site, even thou they are listed on 4 wheel parts web site.

I have other TeraFlex parts on my jeep and have been very happy with them.
 

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Tom Woods front and rear on my jku. Ran then on my last 2 jeeps also and not a single problem.
 

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Any listed brand would probably be just as good but I have run JE Reel 1350 shafts for the past 65K with no issues.
 
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