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Tom Wood\'s, HighAngleDriveline or Who?CustomShaft?

I need a rear CV shaft for my Scrambler. Who should I order from? Based on service and price who is easiest to deal with? Tom Wood's, High Angle Driveline, or someone else?

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Re: Tom Wood\'s, HighAngleDriveline or Who?CustomShaft?

You cant go wrong with Tom Woods, he sells a very good drive shaft for a reasonable price,..... But Jesse at High Angle Drive Lines, is probably the best in the buisness for off road drive shaft at the time, and his prices are as comparable or better than anyone else. J.E. Reel is supposed to be very competetive also, and has fair prices, but I dont know much about his products yet. I should receive and begin testing his front and rear shafts, this week.
Jesse's number at High Angle is 530-877-2875
That would be my personal 1st choice, if I had to buy new shafts right now.
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Re: Tom Wood\'s, HighAngleDriveline or Who?CustomShaft?

I would have to agree with H8. Jesse makes one hell of a product. He is easy to talk to and has always answer my e-mail questions promptly. He also does a lot of good things for the people on this and other boards. This is some of his work: old comp. to new
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Re: Tom Wood\'s, HighAngleDriveline or Who?CustomShaft?

I lifted the skid plate of my Scrambler and needed to go to a CV shaft in the rear. I looked intoa couple places but ended up going to Tom Woods. Free shipping and great advise. The prices where pretty reasonable, I think $165 for the shaft, $60 for the yoke. I'm sure there are many other good places too, just my experience.
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I recommend Jess at HighAngle, top of the line in every aspect.
This is what he made for mine,
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