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**DONOTDELETE** 11-01-1999 03:09 PM

Tom Wood\'s Custom driveshaft
 
Has anyone done business with Tom Wood? I just bought a slip yoke eliminator kit and a new driveshaft from him and he is a class act. As I have found not all driveshaft shops are the same. If you need a shaft here is his number. 1877-4X-SHAFT. I just wanted to share this with you all after all he has done for me.

-Jason Dennis



**DONOTDELETE** 11-01-1999 04:18 PM

Re: Tom Wood\'s Custom driveshaft
 
I totally agree. I just got a cv joint shaft and new t/c yoke from him. Excellent work.

Brent


**DONOTDELETE** 11-01-1999 05:18 PM

Re: Tom Wood\'s Custom driveshaft
 
How much for the SYE and new driveshaft? I'm looking around for the best deal before I do a suspension lift.

Nick Hagen
1995 Wrangler
33" Mud Tires and a four banger

**DONOTDELETE** 11-01-1999 09:30 PM

Re: Tom Wood\'s Custom driveshaft
 
The price I paid was $650. That included an Advanced Adapters Kit and the CV joint shaft. No hidden cost, that included TAX, shipping, and No Core charge. I shopped around and found cheeper kits but they used sawed off tailshafts. The advanced adapters kit is the most complete I found. Other kits will also charge a $200 core for your old tailshaft. Also as I found out CV joint driveshafts are harder to balance. Most shops that use computer balancers only test at 1300 RPM (apx 35 mph on a wrangler). This does not give an accurate measurment and as I found out means nothing when your jeep is shaking apart at 55 mph.

Good Luck,
Jason

P.S. The folks at advanced adapters told me that Currie will pay $100 for your old Tailshaft. So they can cut it down I guess.


**DONOTDELETE** 11-02-1999 05:28 AM

Re: Tom Wood\'s Custom driveshaft
 
He is a *very* nice & knowledgeable person...
Highly recomended...
(Which reminds me i have to send him a picture of the installed shaft...)
Regards,
PerJ (From Norway)

<[email protected]>
Using self-discipline, see http://www.eiffel.com/discipline

**DONOTDELETE** 11-02-1999 06:49 PM

Re: Tom Wood\'s Custom driveshaft
 
THERE IS NO OTHER!!!!
I know that is yelling, but I did it to make this point - there are several local outfits that are very good and experienced but nobody is as good as my experience with Tom Woods. My 94 YJ with SOA is some 80,000 miles old with his driveshaft and there is no other.
Period.
Your mileage WON'T VARY!
sln


**DONOTDELETE** 11-02-1999 10:06 PM

Re: Tom Wood\'s Custom driveshaft
 
Does he have a web site?


**DONOTDELETE** 11-28-1999 11:13 AM

Re: Tom Wood\'s Custom driveshaft
 
Yes

His website is www.4xshafts.com

Kevin Speicher
President
New England 4x4 Club
http://www.ne4x4.com
79 Jeep CJ-7

**DONOTDELETE** 11-28-1999 12:27 PM

Re: Tom Wood\'s Custom driveshaft
 
Whoever posted the address for Tom's site: thank you. It is a little off though. The actual address is www.4xshaft.com not shafts with an "s". HTH,
Sean



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