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Let's talk high angle, bullet proof driveshafts.
Trying to decide on what flanges to get for my driveshafts? 1410 would be my first choice but options for CV shafts are limited along with yokes. 1350 seems to be the standard so how strong and how much angle can I get out of it before I hear the SNAP. I am planning on 6" plus of droop and lift, and a BB with big mods and T19. Basically plan on 700 HP to give me leeway on HP although I am looking at closer to 600. It will see high speeds also so that is why I am in the Speed Section, what are you guys running?
Join Date: Nov 2015
Try these guys: High Angle Drivline-Call Jesse at 530-877-2875 Have them make you a yoke that uses 1410 series u joints, to the ford flange, they will make you a one off part that is not listed on their web site, just call them and tell them what you want, bullet proof stuff.
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Grayling, Michigan
Bronco Info: 466/c6/np205, 6" Deaver lift, 35" Boggers/TSL's, 9" Full Spool, D44 Trac lok, 4.56 gears
I am also interested in this as my driveshaft limits my droop by a good 2 inches. Currently running the factory style 1310 CV. Im not sure 1410's would clear without serious crossmember mods, which I'm not opposed to doing.
2011 Ford F150 FX4_____1978 Ford Bronco
5.0L, CAI _____________466bbf, 6" lift, 35"tsl/boggers
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