Driveshaft Assemblies for Extreme Off-Road Applications Available


From Baja to the Rubicon Trail, extreme off-road vehicles require components specifically designed to handle the most demanding situations. Inland Empire Driveline Service is pleased to announce the availability of custom-built drive shafts fitted with the Cornay CVX-30 Series CV joint, engineered for extreme-duty applications. Designed to handle the same loads as the Spicer 1350, the CVX-30 features an operating angle range of 5 to 30 degrees, while maintaining a high operating speed and minimal noise, vibration and harshness. Domestic and foreign applications available. Inland Empire Driveline Service, (909) 390 3030;


Inland Empire Driveline Service was established in 1981 as a driveshaft repair facility serving the Ontario, CA. auto repair and heavy duty trucking industries. Since then, IEDLS has grown to include additional facilities in Corona, CA. and North Palm Springs, CA., and has become widely recognized as the leader in driveline technology. IEDLS drive shafts and related components are the choice of Baja 1000 winners as well as NHRA and IHRA Pro Stock champions and street rodders everywhere.
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