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best place for driveshaft

Postby maccavvy » Thu Oct 14, 2021 7:04 am

i have a 64 plate 2.2 fwd mapped to around 160 bhp

the last driveshaft lasted 14 months .

any recommendations to buy from that arent made of chocolate .
Mk8 310 trend FWD and a 5.7 ls1 monaro RWD
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Re: best place for driveshaft

Postby Sam123 » Thu Oct 14, 2021 8:48 am

I always go with SKF for driveshafts and bearings. I've had a Shaftec shaft before that lasted less than two months, and failed when I was hundreds of miles from home, which was a nightmare.
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Re: best place for driveshaft

Postby Matttjuk » Thu Oct 14, 2021 6:08 pm

Bit worrying about shaftec ones! Fitted two brand new ones to my Tourneo recently :?
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Re: best place for driveshaft

Postby maccavvy » Thu Oct 14, 2021 7:17 pm

Sam123 wrote:I always go with SKF for driveshafts and bearings. I've had a Shaftec shaft before that lasted less than two months, and failed when I was hundreds of miles from home, which was a nightmare.



best place for them dude. im having a nightmare places saying dont do em for a 2015 2.2 fwd.. arent they same as custom?
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