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View and Install – Adams Extreme Duty Drive Shaft Series Avant 1310 CV Drive Shaft with Solid U-Joints Video
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Ryan: The Adams Driveshaft Extreme Duty Front 1310 Solid CV Flange Driveshaft is for those of you with a 2017-2018 JK looking to replace your front drive shaft because you need a longer or stronger one or your factory shaft is worn out and as you probably know, it will not be entirely useful to you. So replacing it with one like this will allow you to keep it in the future. It will be nice and easy to install with three keys, especially since Adams includes this flange that you need on the transfer side of the drive shaft, you have everything you need to install it. Very easy to install and we will walk you through it in just a second. So as I said, the factory drive shaft on the front of your JK will not be repaired. So if you installed an exhaust pipe and you melted the boot and that caused the problem, or the U-joint itself began to wear out, or something else, if you need a replacement, this will be a very good choice for you. . It is very strong, very strong, it will be longer, it will take up to six inches in lift. It’s always going to have a CV or constant velocity drive shaft, it’s going to be on this end here, we have a ball centered, and you have two different U-joints here. Your U-joint will also go down on this side. All these U-joints are not maintenance, so they will not be lubricated, which is actually a good thing if you are looking for strength, because the U-joints are not drilled in the center for lubrication passage, so these union U-joints will actually be a little stronger. So the u-joint itself will not be serviceable, however the propshaft is serviceable because you have normal clamps that will allow you to remove the u-joints and put new ones in if you need to. This is the part of the driveshaft your factory will not let you do. If you want to remove the factory u-joint and repair the factory drive shaft, you will actually have to drill or grind the clips that hold the drive shaft in place, as it is not designed for remote control. So it will give you a ton of strength, some extra length, it will allow you to replace the u-joints if you need to. You don’t have to because they are really designed to last a very, very long time, they are sealed, they cannot be greased. However, the center wall can be greased, which is a good thing. And then you have another Zerk that goes in here and that will allow you to grease the prop shaft so that as it opens and closes or gets longer and shorter as the suspension moves, you can grease these splines here . So tons of power here, really good quality work. If you are looking for a new front driveshaft for your JK, this really is the perfect driveshaft and it is very, very strong at an affordable price. Speaking of price, it’s around $500, which I think is a very good deal for the quality you’ll get. So I already mentioned that this will be a very easy setup for you, now let’s show you how to do it. Man: The tools needed for this installation are half inch, 3/8 and fourth inch drives, various extensions. It is an 8mm socket, it is actually a 12.5/16 socket, a 15.one inch with a 5/16 socket, and then a flathead screwdriver, a comb, and a soft rubber mallet. In addition, there will be this pneumatic ratchet and impact. I highly recommend using this Loctite. OK. To remove our front drive shaft for our Jeep JK, to start I have an 8mm socket on the end of my quarter inch drive and I will remove all the bolts that hold our drive shaft to the transfer case itself. So let’s start removing these bolts. ok so I’ve got an air ratchet, a four inch diameter air ratchet, I’m just going to start moving all these bolts. And you can see there’s a little horse holding them both in place. ok Now we’re going to remove the four 15mm bolts that hold the front of the shaft to our differential. Now I can just grab the steering wheel here, turn it and it will move my flange. You can see that there is a series of small threads. We will reuse this equipment, so keep it out. OK. So with all our bolts removed from the front and rear drive shaft flanges, you can see that the only thing holding our drive shaft to the output shaft in our transfer case is a little pressure and some tight clearances. I’m going to take a soft rubber mallet and just hit that part of the drive shaft in hopes that I can get some clearance and then I can take the bolt and separate it the rest of the way. Let’s go ahead and hit it. There we go. As soon as I see a small opening here, press my pen in there. ok here we go. You see it’s free. And now we will move to the front. okay So to get this shaft out, I’m going to put my hand over here on the shaft that we just took out and then I’m going to use a pry bar and I’m just going to pop this shaft that looks like. it’s already taken off, press the stick a little and there we go. Changes and exits. And there’s your old stock PTO shaft. OK. Now we’re going to take a 5/16″ socket here and remove the nut that holds this flange on our transfer case output shaft. Make sure you keep this nut as well. We’re going to use it again. Okay, we have to remove this flange from our transfer case, and here I have my soft rubber mallet again. I’m just going to hit all the corners and try to open up a little space for my flat head screwdriver to get between the flange and the transfer case itself. Then we can open it even more. ok so now we’re going to give this couple more shots. And you can see if you hit it in the right place, it will come out right. And there’s a big o-ring in here, we’ll keep that too. OK.