What Drivesshaft Shop has done different is this, their skinny bar is smaller in diameter than a standard 28 spline a stock 108mm CV would use and its made from 300m, they have rolled the spline onto a ground piece of the material that during the rolling process raises the spline above the center diameter of the bar (this is done with all rolled splines DSS uses), what this also does is allow them to make the axle with out any internal snap ring (no internal groove for a square edged stress riser during torsional shock loading) they then make the Big bar using 300 material out of Sweden but its made with a 1-1/2 diameter to balance out the strength. This like the other bar has the rolled splines so at the edge where the race will meet the spline (area of most failures) its much stronger due to the re-forming of the same material instead of taking away grain structure/material like a cut spine. So if your running a car up to or around the 1000hp range (keep in mind auto and 6 speed cars will have different effects on Hp ratings) and want to reduce some of the wheel hop this just might be the axle set for you.
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Drive Shaft Shop
Phone: (800) 564-2244
The Drive Shaft Shop, Inc 4530 Southmark Dr Salisbury, NC 28117
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