Replacement Shafts

We design and manufacture replacements for "non-replaceable" drive shafts.  Below are some of our most popular replacement shafts, though there are many others we have made in the past or are capable of designing.  If you don't see the drive shaft you are searching for, call us or bring in the old shaft to see if we can help.  Likely, we can.

Steel Replacements for Aluminum Drive Shafts - Whether your Aluminum drive shaft is dented, bent, or snapped, or you simply want something stronger, we can replace your aluminum with a steel drive shaft. Prices typically range from $185 to $225.

Replacement Shafts Listed Below (List is not comprehensive.  Contact us if you don't see what you are looking for.):


  • Ford F-150
  • Late Model Jeep Liberty
  • Volkswagen Touareg
  • Porsche Cayenne
  • Camaro

Scroll further for details on each (prices/pictures) 

  • Ford Escape
  • Jaguar X-type
  • Honda CRV
  • Sprinter (Mercedes)

Ford F-150 ($365) - Replaces the front shaft of two-piece drive shaft.  

Most likely reason your old drive shaft would need to be replaced: Non-replaceable carrier bearing went bad.

The transmission yoke must be switched from your old drive shaft.  If you live in the area, bring it in and we will switch it for you at no charge.


Late Model Jeep Liberty ($325)

Most likely reasons your old drive shaft would need to be replaced: Non-replaceable U-joints went bad or aluminum shaft is dented.

Note: Replacement drive shaft is made of steel. 


Volkswagon Touareg/Porsche Cayenne ($350 exchange)

Most likely reason your old drive shaft would need to be replaced: Non-replaceable carrier bearing went bad.

Note: This is not a redesign.  It is a replacement we carry as a whole shaft.

Volkswagon Tourag/Porsche Cayenne Drive Shaft

Volkswagon Tourag/Porsche Cayenne Drive Shaft


Camaro 

Single Shaft Replacement -  $165 Exchange

Original Two-Piece Design (w/ Carrier Bearing) -  $275 Exchange


Pre-2005 Ford Escape

Most likely reason your old drive shaft would need to be replaced: Carrier bearing went bad or Front high-speed CV joint went bad.

  • Full Refurbished Two-Piece Shaft - $275 Exchange

  • Front Shaft of Two-Piece Shaft - $175 Exchange

  • Rear Shaft of Two Piece Shaft -  $175 Exchange


Jaguar X-type ($325 Exchange)

Most likely reason your old drive shaft would need to be replaced: Non-replaceable carrier bearing went bad.


'97-'06 Honda CRV ($395 Exchange)

Most likely reason your old drive shaft would need to be replaced: Non-replaceable U-Joints went bad.

Note: This is not a redesign.  It is a replacement we carry as a whole shaft.


Sprinter Drive Shaft

Most likely reason your old drive shaft would need to be replaced: Non-replaceable carrier bearing went bad.

A Sprinter can have either a two-piece or a three piece drive shaft.  We would need to see the old drive shaft for design and measurements and the price would be dependent on that.