Driveshaft Identification and Information
Basic Driveshaft Types
Basic 1 piece driveshaft and can have a flat flange at differential.
DS-2 Basic 2 piece set up. This can have a flange at rear also and a flange to front
Constant Velocity Driveshaft Types
CV-1 Bolt on type CV and U-Joint at differential.
CV-2 Bolt on CV type and flat flange at differential.
CV-3 Flat type CV flange and single U-Joint at differential.
CV-4 Flat type CV flange and flat flange at differential.
CV-5 GM Auto-Trac CV conversion type driveshaft for GM trucks.
CV-6 Slip yoke type CV driveshafts for Ford and GM trucks – custom conversion
Stub and Slip Type Driveshafts
SS-1 Basic stub and slip yoke type driveshaft with a single U-Joint at each end.
SS-2 Stub and slip yoke driveshaft with flat flange at slip yoke end.
SS-3 Stub and slip yoke driveshaft with flat flange at weld yoke end.
SS-4 Stub and slip yoke driveshaft with 2 flat flanges.
All Wheel Drive Vehicle Type Shafts
Ford Explorer front driveshaft for All Wheel drive. This has a GKC Constant Velocity and single U-joint at differential.
Jeep Grand Cherokee with U-joint type Constant Velocity at Transfer Case and GKN type CV at front differential.
Jeep Grand Cherokee with GKN CV joint at Transfer Case and front differential.