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Tom Woods Driveshafts Install, Benefits, and Maintenance Jeep Wrangler JKU 1310/1350
Tom Woods Driveshafts Install, Benefits, and Maintenance Jeep Wrangler JKU 1310/1350
Tom Woods Driveshafts Install, Benefits, and Maintenance Jeep Wrangler JKU 1310/1350
Tom Woods Driveshafts Install, Benefits, and Maintenance Jeep Wrangler JKU 1310/1350
Tom Woods Driveshafts Install, Benefits, and Maintenance Jeep Wrangler JKU 1310/1350
Tom Woods Driveshafts Install, Benefits, and Maintenance Jeep Wrangler JKU 1310/1350

Tom Woods Driveshafts - Install, Benefits, and Maintenance - Jeep Wrangler JKU 1310/1350

OVERCLOCK3D Jeeps - 2017-08-11

In this video, Paul over at World Tour Off Road helps me install my new Tom Woods Driveshafts. In this video, I'll show you the driveshafts in detail, and Paul provides some pro installation tips and a comparison of the factory rzeppa driveshaft to the double cardan or cv joint of the Tom Woods shafts. OVERCLOCK3D Jeeps | O3Djeeps.com | I am CPO. 4xshaft.com/ (Tom Woods Custom Driveshafts) Need help deciding which drive shaft is right for you? If your drive shaft is not properly sized for the tire diameter and differential gear ratio along with how & where you drive, you could experience problems with breaking the universal joints or other components in the drive shaft. We don't want you to have problems. The following is our suggestion, which requires a little math and for you to be honest with yourself about where and how you drive. Use this formula; 20,168 divided by the tire diameter then multiply the result by the gear ratio of the differential. For example 20,168 / 37 = 2,234. If the number you come up with is near 2,500 and you do not beat the vehicle, you should be OK with a 1310 series drive shaft. If you drive it hard, we suggest the 1350 series. If your number happens to be less than 2,200, we strongly suggest the 1350 series. If your number happens to be 2,500 and you do beat the vehicle but want to save a little money, consider this compromise. Run a 1350 on the rear and the 1310 series on the front. Some compromise can be made on the front drive shaft because when the vehicle is climbing a hill where there is more load on your drive train, the weight of the vehicle tends to transfer towards the rear and the front drive shaft is typically less loaded.