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Maccattack
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Auto IRS axle

Post by Maccattack » 9th February 2018 - 1:07pm

Hi,

After an axle for an irs fastback auto gearbox the shorter one of the two.

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Aaron

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broady_6
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Re: Auto IRS axle

Post by broady_6 » 10th February 2018 - 11:28am

Just for clarity, the driveshaft?
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Maccattack
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Re: Auto IRS axle

Post by Maccattack » 11th February 2018 - 11:24pm

Hi, yes the axle the smaller left drive shaft.

Thanks

Aaron

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Kai
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Re: Auto IRS axle

Post by Kai » 13th February 2018 - 11:40pm

Doesn’t appeal to everybody,

I used a company a few years ago to professionally shorten my driveshafts by an inch. They shortened them right in the middle then they were friction welded back together. Sure it cost me about £300 for the pair to be shortened plus they rebuilt the CV joints and replaced the boots. They’re still going and I’ve got over 250BHP going through them.

I understand the auto drive shafts are rare.

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Re: Auto IRS axle

Post by broady_6 » 14th February 2018 - 9:46pm

Yeah thats perfectly suitable option, Im not sure regarding the dimensions, but there is a possibility of shortening the shaft and having new splines machined as well if your mind wouldn't be happy with a weld. But given the rare nature, I go with kai
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