ANOTHER SHAFT OPTION
4LOW Offroad Magazine|February/March 2021
Two key components that take a beating on an off-road vehicle are the front and rear driveshafts.
Christian Sturtz

Many factory driveshafts are constructed out of thin gauge material and don’t have a design conducive to vehicle modifications. Ten Factory, a division of Motive Gear, may have a solution for you. Ten Factory is known for constructing top quality axle shafts, but they also make differential components, slip yoke eliminators, and even driveshafts for several Jeep applications.

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