HIGH ANGLE DRIVE SHAFTS
BAD BOY JUNIOR 60
A non-daily drive CV is
saving the day, everyday, for the hi-riders and those that put
large/long engines in little jeeps yielding one ugly angle.
Well fear not the builder of extreme drive shaft is here.
This CV is a competition CV for front drive shaft
for super duty fords, blazers, dodges, rock crawling buggies,
shorty's for jeep rear, or for any one not able to connect the
transfer case to the axle. They are balance like any other
drive shaft because of our find tuning of the CV after it gets
This CV will operate at a continuous angle of 45
degrees maximum and droops to 80 degrees for the wheel droop.
This CV 7” diameter fits most applications and,
if it doesn’t, then there is the BAD BOY JUNIOR, which is a
5.25 inches diameter CV. It can be operated at 40 degrees
maximum and droops to 60 degree. This CV is more expensive to
make but provides the customer another option where nothing
else will do.
Bad Boy CV
(BELOW) LATE MODEL
DODGES (turn all the time) AND CHEVY HDs (shimmed out)
A CV that has been shimmed out.
We can also shim the CV to push it out
further from the transfer case
to avoid interference(Chevy HDs). This is needed on the Chevy
HDs to put a high angle CV on the front drive shaft.
NOTE THAT IN THE
SHIMMED DRIVE SHAFT ABOVE, ANY CV MAY BE USED, ie PERF for
those that turn all the time (late model Dodges).
This custom yoke or flange style is used for the HD Chevys at
the output of the TC. Depending on the CV needed, it can slide
in and out or it can be spot welded to the output on very high
lifts where PERF OR BAD BOY CVs are needed. This CV combo
works great for 6 inch super lifts.
How do you know if it will fit?
Cut out a cardboard of the diameter of the
CV of interest and go under
the truck. Start at the yoke Or the flat flange at the
transfer case. Go out 5 to 8 inches from that point and down
1.5 inches. This is where the 1.5 inch thick and 7” diameter
flange will be.
REMEMBER, we can shim the CVs
to be 5”to 8” out so that any interference can be
by-passed. Try to keep it at 5 inches.
HOW TO ORDER
All large CVs require a flange as opposed to a
yoke at the output of the transfer case. A flange is a flat
piece of metal with four bolt holes as opposed to a yoke that
takes a u-joint. If you have a yoke, then you must provide the
type of transfer case that you have so that we can provide you
with an output flange. If you don’t have a flange, order a
flange for your transfer case under flange in the COMPONENTS
section under FLANGES.
Measure the working length of the drive shaft
under as instructed in the HOW
TO MEASURE A DRIVE SHAFT SECTION with the existing yokes