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Old 06-04-2015, 11:34 AM   #1
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Drive shaft group buy

Hey guys, I put together a group by for a drive shaft shop aluminum 1 piece 3.5" drive shaft over on the cyclones Facebook group. We need 4 more people. Price is $650 SHIPPED, instead of the usual $760. If you need or want one, now's the chance to save some real $$$! Post or PM me to get set up to buy one

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What's the brand of the shaft?
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driveshaft shop aluminum 1 piece 3.5" drive shaft
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What's the brand of the shaft?
That is the brand...
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Yup, that's the brand - drive shaft shop. Best one out there

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That company uses the CV joint correct?
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That company uses the CV joint correct?
Yes which is why I liked them

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Ooh...very interested. When does this deal close, and is there added shipping cost?

I just gave my Dad details of the very same shaft for him to buy me (a little "repayment" for some of the stuff I've bought for our Camaro restoration project), but will have to check with him tomorrow to make sure he hasn't ordered yet. Don't want two shafts...because then I'll have to buy another 'stang!
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Ordered mine this morning. I'm glad I got on here last night and seen this. I was going to order one today from AM(sorry AM)


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Crap I really want to get on board with this. I won't have play money again till the end of July though.
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which shaft is best?

has there been any comparison tests between the Driveshaft Shop 3.5" shaft and the Axle Exchange 4" shaft? I know both are supposed to be direct installation and weigh the same amount, but how does the Driveshaft Shop make their shafts? are they robotically made or done by a human, also where do they source their aluminum, Domestic or over seas? I just want to get the best driveshaft there is since I am in the market for one, and would jump on this group buy if those questions about the Driveshaft Shop's product can be answered. I spoke to the guys at Axle Exchange (this is the company name, no you don't swap shafts with them) and they explained how they make their shafts and only use American made and sourced materials. The price point is nearly the same too.
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has there been any comparison tests between the Driveshaft Shop 3.5" shaft and the Axle Exchange 4" shaft? I know both are supposed to be direct installation and weigh the same amount, but how does the Driveshaft Shop make their shafts? are they robotically made or done by a human, also where do they source their aluminum, Domestic or over seas? I just want to get the best driveshaft there is since I am in the market for one, and would jump on this group buy if those questions about the Driveshaft Shop's product can be answered. I spoke to the guys at Axle Exchange (this is the company name, no you don't swap shafts with them) and they explained how they make their shafts and only use American made and sourced materials. The price point is nearly the same too.
I can't find it now, but I believe in the past I've seen the DSS is made from domestic materials. Also DSS and Dynotech balance their shafts to a much higher rpm than the axle exchange unit, 9000 for DSS, 8000 for Dynotech but only 5500 for the AE piece.
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I think I read that if you lower your car the 4" can cause clearance issues.
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I emailed DSS about this, and they confirmed US-made of Alcoa aluminum.

Will know by tonight whether I can join the group buy. Hope that's not too late!

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I emailed DSS about this, and they confirmed US-made of Alcoa aluminum.

Will know by tonight whether I can join the group buy. Hope that's not too late!
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Sweet, hope you can too man, great opportunity to save some cash.
Yes Strange you're correct. 4" can cause clearance issues, which is why we are going with the 3.5"
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5.0 VS V6

Hey is there a difference in shafts from DSS for the V6 and the 5.0? the reason I ask is because in American muscle's catalog they have different part numbers.

Item # 14104 - 11-14 GT, BOSS
Item # 14106 - 11-14 V6

I have a 5.0 and if I jump in on the group buy, which I want to do I just want to make sure I'm getting the right part.
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Hey is there a difference in shafts from DSS for the V6 and the 5.0? the reason I ask is because in American muscle's catalog they have different part numbers.

Item # 14104 - 11-14 GT, BOSS
Item # 14106 - 11-14 V6

I have a 5.0 and if I jump in on the group buy, which I want to do I just want to make sure I'm getting the right part.
Yeah they're different I believe, but I bet I could get you in it with a deal on one for the 5.0 ! PM me and I'll check for you
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Any aluminum drive shaft you get is way 100% better then the heavy two piece driveshaft Ford puts on the 3.7 V6.
I personally have the axle Exchange but I got it on a compulsive purchase at a good price installed. If it was a DSS, I still would have bought it.

I don't think any of the company's making an aluminum shaft are putting out a bad product. I would use any one of them.
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This is so tempting.. I might just have to join in on this
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This is so tempting.. I might just have to join in on this
Hop in quick! I won't be the drive shaft fairy for long

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Id join but right now Im having an emotional tug of war with whether or not to trade my car in or keep it OR keep it and swap a V8
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I'll get in on this.
What info do you need from me?

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I'll get in on this.
What info do you need from me?

Thanks.
Just PM me your paypal e-mail, whether it's a 3.7 or 5.0, and I'll get an invoice sent right to you

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Id join but right now Im having an emotional tug of war with whether or not to trade my car in or keep it OR keep it and swap a V8
Keep it and boost it man. 10000x better and faster than any 5.0 I've driven, even bolt on ones.
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WHY does Ford use the 2-piece flexible drive shaft? It has to be more expensive than a one piece aluminum setup. So cost savings isn't the reason. Does anyone know why?
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Just PM me your paypal e-mail, whether it's a 3.7 or 5.0, and I'll get an invoice sent right to you
Cool...will get back to you yes/know shortly (I realize your reply was to another poster but is relevant to me too). Will the invoice be coming from AM or DSS, out of curiosity?

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Hey TedG

When you remove the stock drive shaft and look at it you will see it is a stamped out hollow piece of crap that one part slides into the other part and is really "HEAVY" It looks to me that it was very inexpensive to manufacture. I think the reasoning it is heavy is once it gets spinning on the highway it will help the car get a little better MPG. The only problem is around town it takes more fuel to get the car moving.
I notice that my car will actually slow down faster now with the aluminum drive shaft.
My vibration at intermittent times is 100% gone and I have absolutely "NO" clunk anymore at all. Acceleration is a tad better and I should have done this mod years ago.
I never dreamed it would make this much of an improvement.
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^ Nice! Looks like the AE shaft?

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Dibs on used when you either get a V8 or in Tyms case if he ends up with 2 of them.
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Keep it and boost it man. 10000x better and faster than any 5.0 I've driven, even bolt on ones.
Ive been there done that Brian...not going down that headache again. However You cant argue with a Boosted V8...I'd say a GT 500 motor and tranny would set me just right , heh heh.
Either way I'll most likely keep it but if i do pull the trigger on a GT it will be for the same reasons as why people buy CAIs. some minor performance gains and that oh so beutiful sound!
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When you remove the stock drive shaft and look at it you will see it is a stamped out hollow piece of crap that one part slides into the other part and is really "HEAVY" It looks to me that it was very inexpensive to manufacture. I think the reasoning it is heavy is once it gets spinning on the highway it will help the car get a little better MPG. The only problem is around town it takes more fuel to get the car moving.
I notice that my car will actually slow down faster now with the aluminum drive shaft.
My vibration at intermittent times is 100% gone and I have absolutely "NO" clunk anymore at all. Acceleration is a tad better and I should have done this mod years ago.
I never dreamed it would make this much of an improvement.
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My car feels smooth as butter when the temps are between 35* and 65* Hearing this makes me wanna try this alum. DS a lot more now... BLAST YOU RONNIE!!
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WHY does Ford use the 2-piece flexible drive shaft? It has to be more expensive than a one piece aluminum setup. So cost savings isn't the reason. Does anyone know why?
I know Ford is not known for this too much but you gotta assume that they did it for reliability and also the fact (as stated above) that the heavier DS will have more inertia (i think that's the right word) while on the highway.

Has anyone with a alum. DS noticed their Hwy mileage drop at all as a result? What about acceleration above 60 mph?
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Dibs on used when you either get a V8 or in Tyms case if he ends up with 2 of them.
I'll have a used stock shaft that I'll sell you for a good price.
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I already tried to sell mine, I also tried to sell my factory stock mufflers and got not one single person to even respond to my ad except to laugh at me.
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Hey if I didn't answer your PM or you didn't get an invoice and requested one, please let me know. My inbox is blowing up and I had to clear it a few times so I may have missed some

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Is there any advantage safety-wise for a dual driveshaft over the one-piece?
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