Driveshafts are usually forgotten until they vibrate your teeth loose or twist like a pretzel after an encounter of the rocky kind. Tom Wood's driveshafts propel both ends of the JB Chevy using 1350-series yokes. The rear was fitted with a double-Cardan CV joint, a configuration that works well on shorter-wheelbase rigs. Dual mufflers quiet things down and connect to the cylinder heads using stock manifolds which have been Jet-Hot coated for corrosion resistance and lower engine bay temperatures.Driveshafts are usually forgotten until they vibrate your teeth loose or twist like a pret Offroad Design (ORD) is a great resource for trailworthy fullsize GM parts. An ORD steering box brace ties the driver-side framerail to the front crossmember and strengthens this known weak spot on the OEM chassis. ORD shackles are simple and stout and feature greaseable bolts for a smooth, squeak-free ride. ORD's engine crossmember bolts in place of the OEM item and clears the way for crossover steering. Its tubular construction is also stronger than the stamped stock part it replaces. Finally, an ORD twin-stick transfer case shifter lets the driver select 2WD Low range when needed - something the single-stick stock shifter won't do.Offroad Design (ORD) is a great resource for trailworthy fullsize GM parts. An ORD steeri « | 1 | 2 | 3 | View Full Article Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!