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    Adams driveshafts

    Are Adams 1310 driveshafts greasable joints good driveshafts?
    Is $655 a good price for a front drive shaft?
    Is this the driveshaft I would need to go with the Enforcer 3 or 4 in on a 2014 JKUR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan View Post
    Are Adams 1310 driveshafts greasable joints good driveshafts?
    Is $655 a good price for a front drive shaft?
    Is this the driveshaft I would need to go with the Enforcer 3 or 4 in on a 2014 JKUR?
    $655 for just the front 1310 where are you getting these??? i got the front and rear with non greasables for $790 when right from them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by noroad View Post
    $655 for just the front 1310 where are you getting these??? i got the front and rear with non greasables for $790 when right from them!
    Ok JKF. They said the prices are going up on 12DEC13

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan View Post
    Ok JKF. They said the prices are going up on 12DEC13
    $655 would be about the price of a 1350 that is way to high for a 1310. you can find 1310s from 4400 to about 4500 and that is about the price. Anything over $500 might as well get the 1350.

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    $460 I do believe for a front 1310 double cardin u joint JE REEL driveshaft with free shipping from Northridge 4x4.

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    I have an Adams shaft...it's taken a beating and held up better than the previous shaft I had made by another major manufacturer. It was decidedly cheaper than some of the others shafts out there at the time. The guys there were great to work with and they send you a pretty cool shirt too, if that floats your boat.

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    Yeah, I'd look around if that's the price you're quoted for a 1310. You shouldn't pay more than $480 for a 1310 and $680 for a 1350.

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    Thanks for the input guys. :-) Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartan View Post
    Are Adams 1310 driveshafts greasable joints good driveshafts?
    Is $655 a good price for a front drive shaft?
    Is this the driveshaft I would need to go with the Enforcer 3 or 4 in on a 2014 JKUR?
    Like what others mentioned, that price is high for a 1310 DS. Double check your price or the Vendor you're getting it from is charging a Whole lot for it.... I just searched thru Adams DS site and this is what came up .....

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    Last edited by aldaman; 12-10-2013 at 07:01 PM.

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    Check out COAST driveshafts - great price

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