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First Equipment Quality W0133-1923125
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Sale Price: $239.33
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Part Number: W0133-1923125
Notes: Propeller Shaft
Position: Front
Condition: New

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• 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac

A1 Cardone Driveshaft - Front
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Part Number: 18628-05004677
Notes: Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft -- Remanufactured
Features:
  • Designed to render brilliant and reliable performance
  • Transmits torque and rotation required to connect other components of a drive train
  • Manufactured using durable materials for a longer service life
  • Facilitates easy installation
  • Backed by a three year warranty
Position: Front
Condition: Remanufactured

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Dorman Driveshaft - Front
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Part Number: 18628-07177876
Notes: Drive Shaft
Position: Front
Condition: New

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• 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4WD  4.0L V6 

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Driveshaft Reviews - 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac
First Equipment Quality | W0133-1923125
 


It worked great out of the box. It seemed a little flimsy, and I wasn't sure it was going to do the job properly, but after replacing the plastic drive shafts with these, I didn't have any more problems with snapping my drive shafts.

One of the wheels regularly has the universal join come out of its seat regularly now, which didn't happen for the first 5 or 6 drives. My slash is highly juiced up, running on a 64mm can, so there is a lot of torque. The transfer of the torque was even better then the stock plastic shafts, allowing me to pop wheelies even while running at half of full speed.

Not bad, but like most hop-up parts, it needs to fine-tuning to keep it running spot-on.


November 11th, 2014 | Posted by great



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