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Driveshaft Shop 800hp CV Axle Upgrade Rear - Subaru STI 2004-2007

Driveshaft Shop 800hp CV Axle Upgrade Rear

Subaru STI 2004-2007

Driveshaft Shop 800hp CV Axle Upgrade Rear - Subaru STI 2004-2007
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Part # RA8528X4
$577.49

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Features & Product Details

RallySport Direct proudly carries some of the strongest aftermarket drivetrain components from The Driveshaft Shop. Highly trusted and utilized, The Driveshaft Shop supplies quality axles, drivelines, and driveline components found on some of the world's most powerful vehicles. 

Here, you are looking at the Driveshaft Shop Direct Bolt-In 800HP Rear Axles. These are direct-fit axles that have been designed to withstand the most violent launches, as well as sustaining the abuse of time-attack style racing or rally racing. 

 

DETAILS:

  • Rear axle location
  • Rated to 800HP
  • CV is made using Billet Chromoly
  • Internals are made using Billet Chromoly
  • Center bar is made using 300M material sourced directly from a mill in Sweden
  • Inner CV has been changed to a full ball and cage design with a larger radius to the spline plug for added strength
  • Sold as Singles
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    NOTES:

  • These axles are for the 2004-2007 STI models only
  • Specifications

    Brand: DriveShaft Shop
    QTY: 1
    Mfgr. Warranty: 1 Year
    Condition: New Product
    Return Policy:
    Standard

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    QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

    • Q: Threaded end sticks out from hub further then oem  adventures911 year ago

      Just got these installed and the threads stick out quite a bit further out then stock. This makes it so the nut cannot be dimpled and locked in place as it threads on much farther. I have done a bit of research and seems to be common issue. Just wondering if there is a recommendation for what to do to make sure the nut doesn't spin itself loose.
      • 0 of 0 people found the following answer helpful

        A:  Yep, I've heard of that too. Most people I know will just use a bit of thread sealant on there, i would probably go blue personally. If you really wanted to double up on the safety you could drill a small amount where the nut could be tapped into the shaft, or you could drill all the way though just to the outside of where the nut stops and throw a cotter pi through it, or even drill through the nut and shaft and secure it like a tie rod or ball joint, "castle nut" style. in all reality with proper torque, I doubt the nut would ever back off, but the ideas listed above would certainly make it so it would not. :)

        Rick C. @ RallySport Direct 1 year ago  
          
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    • Q: Front Axle shafts  Beekeeper FXT2 years ago

      I have a 2004 FXT and wanted to see if you guys offer any direct fit replacement front axles that before I order OEM. Thanks.