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Thread: VIDEO : JL JOURNAL - How to Install 1350 Drive Shafts on a JL WRANGLER

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    Great write up. Getting ready to pull the trigger on driveshafts for my JL and this convinced me to go with a local shop over Adams.


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    good information

    thanks for placing the links within the item list you used, saves time looking

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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    I do remember you talking about that when we were all hanging in your room during the kick off run and just how much more convenient and less expensive it was.
    My local shop charges a LOT less and typically has 1 day turn arounds. I would have used them again but was in a bind for time with SEMA and the JLX around the corner. Don't get me wrong, they make a nice shaft and they were nice to work with but I'd rather give good advice than plug a company that I just happened to buy something from.

    Quote Originally Posted by VeruGE*144 View Post
    Awesome video, Great trick with adding RTV to pinion nuts. Also you made setting the pinion angle look very easy. Thanks
    Well, I'm glad I was able to share something with you that might help out in the future

    Quote Originally Posted by JL_John View Post
    Great write up. Getting ready to pull the trigger on driveshafts for my JL and this convinced me to go with a local shop over Adams.
    Again, if you have a shop local to you, I would give them a look first. If not, Adam's definitely makes a decent shaft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeeep View Post
    good information

    thanks for placing the links within the item list you used, saves time looking
    LOL!! I was wondering if anyone would notice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RESURECTIONJK View Post
    Great video as always guys. I remember finally toasting my driveshafts last year and upgrading. The Adams weren’t available in stock at the time but when it’s time for 1350’s I’ll be look at them for my JK
    Check out Slyco Drivelines on 14th So and 4th West

    They do good work and are very reasonable.

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    Yeah, I’m not doing that myself. Lol. Great video though.
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    Cool Video!... I feel more comfortable handling my shafts now. Would this be the similar process for a JKU?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    I feel more comfortable handling my shafts now.
    You needed Eddie's help with that? 🤔

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeeep View Post
    Check out Slyco Drivelines on 14th So and 4th West

    They do good work and are very reasonable.
    They are great. They built the shafts for my FJ60 when I did the spring over conversion. I’ll likely go to them again.

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    Very cool video. Ill start using lock tight and the rvt trick now. You can never stop learning cool tricks for working on jeeps.

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