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Adams Driveshaft Heavy Duty Front 1310 CV Greaseable Driveshaft w/ Flange (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • CV Greaseable Driveshaft
    • Includes CV Bolts
    • Tubing Material
    • Polished Silver Finish
    • Custom Made to Fit Large Tires; Up to 35-Inches
    • Provides Greater Clearance
    • Straightforward Installation 
    • Limited Lifetime Warranty
    • Fits All 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Models

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    Provides Excellent Clearance. The Adams Driveshaft Heavy Duty Front 1310 CV Greaseable Driveshaft with Flange will provide your Wrangler with greater clearance. Along with the excellent clearance, this product is custom made to fit large tires, up to 35-inches.

    High Quality Construction. The CV greaseable driveshaft is built using high quality materials including CV bolts and tubing material. Additionally, the driveshaft comes in a polished silver finish.

    Straightforward Installation. If you want to install this product, you may need some mechanical expertise. However, the installation is mostly straightforward and takes only a few hours.

    Limited Lifetime Warranty. The CV greaseable driveshaft comes with a limited lifetime warranty. As such, the product is safe from structural and manufacturing defects after purchase. Don't forget to look through the company website to learn about all warranty limitations.

    Application. The Adams Driveshaft Heavy Duty Front 1310 CV Greaseable Driveshaft fits all 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK models with no exception.

    Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Details

    MPN# ASDJK-1310F-G

    CA Residents: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

    What's in the Box
    • (1) Wall Heavy Duty 1310 CV Driveshaft with Spicer Greasable U-joints and a Flange 
    • (1) Front 1310 Transfer Case Output Shaft Yoke
    • (1) Set of Grade 10 CV Bolts
    Installation Info

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        Questions & Answers (4)

        4 Top Rated Questions

        Does this fit JK's with less than a 6in lift?

        • This is for JK's with upto a 6" lift.

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        Exactly what type of grease gun fitting do you need to grease this, since it doesn't have the exterior zerk fitting?

        • These will use a pinpoint grease fitting.

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        Does it work with the manual

        • Yes, you should be just fine with this for your manual!

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        Is this driveshaft recommended for a '14 Rubicon with a 3" lift on 35's? Should I get a 1350? Thanks guys.

        • This would be a good fit for you, as it is custom made to work with your 35" tires!

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          Overall Rating 4.9

          out of 5 stars

          • Fit 4.8 4.8
          • Bang For Your Buck 4.8 4.8



          • 5/5

            August 31, 2019

            Solid product

            I recommend this driveshaft for all styles of riding. Easy install and awesome website. Thanks Extreme Terrain

            Ethan G

            Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            June 05, 2019

            Good product! Good buy!

            Very happy with fitment and quality. I have put 500 miles on this driveshaft with no issues or complaints!

            AustinK

            Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            May 17, 2019

            Excellent product

            The driveshaft arrived very nicely packaged and safe from possible shipping damage, but I have no idea why - this thing is incredibly strong and could have been dragged to my house behind a FedEx truck without causing a problem. Kudos to whoever welded this thing. It's a shame that it is under the jeep. If someone from Adams ever wants to send me another one that I can strap to my bumper so everyone can see it - feel free. Obviously, the unit is much nicer than the stock driveshaft. It is great that it is so much smaller in diameter than the original one, the exhaust running under it has a lot more clearance now. The hardest part about the install was removing the old driveshaft. It is tedious getting to the bolts on the transfer case end. You do not really need much for tools - we used a three jaw puller to get the old transfer case yoke off, but if you do not have one they are available at your local tool or auto parts store cheap. Adams has great instructions and videos on their website if you need help. This is the driveshaft you are looking for.

            Mike

            Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 4/5

            May 03, 2019

            Ok for the price

            Came complete, good online directions. Bolted right up. Only thing I didn't care for was the yoke to transfer case shaft fit was not real tight. But no vibration so far....

            Rubicon13

            Year: 2013Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            April 29, 2019

            AMAZING STUFF

            Again, can not say how impressed I was with these driveshafts. Talk about Heavy Duty!! should be an upgrade everyone does. Easy install, two friends and I had both front and back on in just over 30 min. if you even thought about it, JUST DO IT!! (you can think me later)

            MatthewR

            Year: 2018Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            March 27, 2019

            Very impressed

            Very well built and very easy to install. I have a 4 door jk with a 4in lift and this driveshaft is perfect for it. Over 1000 miles with it installed and the Jeep rides amazing. No driveline shake or anything, so it's very well balanced and I'm very happy with it!

            Jeep507JKU

            Year: 2007Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            January 24, 2019

            JK Front Driveshaft (Adams)

            After lifting my ‘13 Rubi 3”, I knew the stock DS was on its last days. I ordered the Adams Front Driveshaft with grease fittings. Start to finish took 2 hours. Removal of the stocker is straight forward. You’ll need Red Locktight, Black RTV and an 8mm socket to remove the Transfer Case flange a 15mm to remove the diff end bolts and lastly a 32mm for the xfer case flange nut and a Tq wrench. I jacked up the right front wheel so I can spin the shaft using the transfer case to lock into position. I used a non-impact 32mm socket (impact sockets are too thick to fit the hole) I used the impact to remove the nut off the xfer case flange (the Adams comes with its own flange), tap the flange off and save the big black o-ring for later. Take the new Flange, clean any metal shavings or oil off with brake cleaner, place the big o-ring in the open space in the front, stuff it down as far as possible to make getting the nut on easier and put some RTV in the xfer case nut flange (this keeps the fluid on the correct side!) and some red RTV on the nut threads. Place the new flange and nut on the xfer case shaft, tighten a few threads by hand and run down with the impact. Torque to 160ft pounds. Slide the new driveshaft up to the new xfer case flange, put red lock tight on the 4 small 12 point bolts. Put in all you can, starting as many threads as possible. One may be hard to get to. Make certain the u-joint sits in the flange correctly, there are tabs so you really can’t do it wrong. I used an 8mm ratcheting wrench to run the 3 down I could get to. There’s no torque, just get them Tight. You may have to put the xfer case in low to keep it from turning as you tighten. Then take it out of Gear, spin the front wheel till you can get to the last bolt. Once they’re all in go to the diff end. Cleans and put red lock tight on the bolts you removed and have them handy. Place the front flange on the diff, I use the same pattern as the old one for placement, it really doesn’t matter, put the bolts in a few threads then run them down with the 15mm socket on the impact. Torque to 80ft pounds. Go around and ensure all the bolts are tight! Clean the area where you want to put the sticker on and slap it on. You have completed the install! I have a Dana on the wife’s ‘16 JKU front and an Adams on the rear, wish I gone Adams F/R. I’ll be adding an Adams to the rear of mine soon.

            Rubi Driver

            Year: 2013Submodel: Rubicon

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