Drive Shafts Inc. provides drive shaft services from drive shaft balances to drive shaft modifications. We can modify your drive shaft to meet your needs. We do all types of modifications. For example, if you have a turbo 350 transmission and a Ford 9-inch rear end or if you have a c-6 transmission with a Dodge rear-end, etc. We can do it all.
Multishaft Custom Orders Fulfilled
Drive Shafts, Inc. has grown into a business that can handle multishaft custom orders. We can build custom shafts in quantities from two to two hundred. Whatever kind of need you have from paper mills to tubing mills, irrigation and more. We fulfill multishaft custom orders on a weekly basis. Let us meet your commercial and industrial drive shaft needs.
Whether you are restoring an old car in your garage or engineering oil rigs, we can build the made to order drive shafts that you need. By calculating torque, RPM, horse power, and other factors, we can help you through the process of figuring out what shaft best fits your needs. For example if you’re restoring a car and you have a turbo 350 transmission and a Ford 9 inch rear end we can build a shaft that connects the two. We can do it all. Call us for more information on how we can customize your drive shaft.
Modify Existing Driveshafts
We understand that repairing or restoring a vehicle is not always simple, especially when it comes to modifying existing driveshafts. If you’re working on machinery, you may have a shaft that almost works, but is not quite there. This is no problem for us. We love to help our customers fix their driveshafts to meet their needs. We can shorten, lengthen, change ends, etc. to make whatever driveshaft you are working on not only fit, but work properly and safely to get you up and running in no time.
With the exception of agricultural shafts, every drive shaft that comes through our doors is dynamically balanced. We can balance a drive shaft exactly how it is on your vehicle or on your machinery. Before your drive shaft balance, we make sure the tubing is within ten thousandths runout all the way down. Using dial indicators and weights, we make sure each end of the shaft is perfectly balanced, every time.