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Installing Heavy Duty Driveshafts In My Jeep Wrangler - The 1 Ton Axles Are Drivable!!

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16:48   |   May 08, 2019

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Installing Heavy Duty Driveshafts In My Jeep Wrangler - The 1 Ton Axles Are Drivable!!
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Whether you are lifting your Jeep, adding larger tires, upgrading axles, or just looking to upgrade your drivetrain, then heavy duty driveshafts are a great way to beef up your Jeep.
I’m installing a set of custom 1350 driveshafts from Adams Driveshaft.
I went with 1350 because they are a great upgrade over stock, and will hold up to tire sizes from 35-42”.
Keeping both front and rear shafts the same U joint series is a good idea since you will only have to carry 1 size spare.
If you are planning to do a stretch, or run non factory axles then make sure to refer to the measurement chart and get the measurements from the Jeep sitting on its own weight (not sitting on jackstands or a lift). Have these numbers ready when calling.
This video pretty much concludes the JK 1 ton swap video series!!! I still have a few other videos to make on the topic, but the Jeep is driveable and I’m am ready to make new videos for you guys!!
Stay tuned for some cool videos!
Like always, thanks for watching, and thank you for your continued support.
-Ben

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