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    1. #21
      Join Date
      Aug 2004
      Location
      Harriman, Tennessee
      Posts
      1,290
      Country Flag: United States
      I've not had good luck with DSS. Looooong wait times, poor customer service, missmade parts. I wouldn't recommend them to my enemies.
      Why do termites eat houses?

      Because they have
      Munchausen Syndrome.

    2. #22
      Join Date
      Jul 2010
      Location
      Harrisburg, PA
      Posts
      84
      Country Flag: United States
      Quote Originally Posted by andrewb70 View Post
      For applications that didn't use the CV shafts as OE?
      Yes, they make custom driveshafts for whatever you need.
      https://www.qa1.net/automotive/drive...er-driveshafts
      Joshua O

    3. #23
      Join Date
      Oct 2015
      Posts
      362
      Country Flag: United States
      Quote Originally Posted by GTOtzel View Post
      Yes, they make custom driveshafts for whatever you need. https://www.qa1.net/automotive/drive...er-driveshafts
      I do not see any custom application CV shafts on the website. Am I missing it?
      My half a$$ed build thread.https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...elle-6-0-4L60E

      Tighten it till it strips & back it off a quarter turn.

    4. #24
      Join Date
      Sep 2005
      Location
      Chit-ca-go
      Posts
      459
      Quote Originally Posted by Alwhite00 View Post
      I do not see any custom application CV shafts on the website. Am I missing it?

      I called. They do not make custom CV shafts. Still seems to be that the driveshaft shop is the only option as far as I can tell.
      1971 Firebird
      2017 Slipstream SS

    5. #25
      Join Date
      Nov 2006
      Location
      Mountain Springs, Texas
      Posts
      4,498
      Country Flag: United States
      I do everything I can to avoid CV driveshafts after my experience with DSS. Usually means tunnel mods.

      I know Andrew has good luck with DSS.

      Don
      1969 Camaro - LSA 6L90E AME sub/IRS
      1957 Buick Estate Wagon
      1959 El Camino - Ironworks frame
      1956 Cameo - full C5 suspension/drivetrain
      1959 Apache Fleetside

    6. #26
      Join Date
      Sep 2010
      Location
      Martinez, CA
      Posts
      187
      Country Flag: United States
      Do they make a kit to convert a 6LXX transmission to accept a slip yoke?
      Worlds Fastest LFX powered 1966 Chevelle, with a 3.6L/217 CI, 4 cam direct injected V6, 6 speed auto, full Hotchkis suspension, 4 wheel Wilwood discs, white w/red interior, cowl hood. 3260 lbs w/full tank.

    7. #27
      Join Date
      Nov 2006
      Location
      Mountain Springs, Texas
      Posts
      4,498
      Country Flag: United States
      Yes. Google will find you all you need to know.
      1969 Camaro - LSA 6L90E AME sub/IRS
      1957 Buick Estate Wagon
      1959 El Camino - Ironworks frame
      1956 Cameo - full C5 suspension/drivetrain
      1959 Apache Fleetside

    8. #28
      Join Date
      Oct 2011
      Posts
      696
      I also had no issues with DSS, turn around time was around 6 weeks. I have a tr6060 and Heidts IRS in a 69 Camaro. The diff is slightly higher and offset to passenger side slightly vs trans. I have no vibrations or weird noises. So I’m pretty happy.

    9. #29
      Join Date
      Oct 2015
      Posts
      362
      Country Flag: United States
      I've got 13k on my DSS CV shaft with zero issues.

      My half a$$ed build thread.https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...elle-6-0-4L60E

      Tighten it till it strips & back it off a quarter turn.


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