So I was in Ogden today so I thought I would stop by there and talk about purchasing a SYE and drive shaft. He hooked me up with a Teraflex SYE and I will get the drive shaft at a later date. Anyway I asked to meet Tom and he was so kind as to show me around the facility. It is not really huge, but all the drive shafts are custom to order. He took probably 20 minutes out of his day just to talk and show me around. Very genuine and honest guy. I was very impressed with him and his shop. He is all about quality with everything he does. Yes I know I could have bought a shaft elsewhere for cheaper, but I am more than happy to give my money to a guy like him and a business like he has. Oh yea and he gave me a hat saying that everyone who comes in off the street gets one. This is one business that needs to stay in business and I will always go back to him for what I need. If you are on the fence this is the way to go.
2000 Sahara, 3.5" Rubicon Express Lift, 1" spring spacer & 1" Body Lift, 33" or 35" BFG Mud tires, Front & Rear ARB, Rancho 9000 shocks, UCF Ultra High Belly Up
Tom is one of the true gentlemen of the industry so X2 on everything you said. I finally got to meet him at a big 4x4 show after we had been talking for years and he was just in nice in person as he is on the phone.
Gone wheeling, back late sunday... Remember that having a different opinion doesn't also require one to be a jerk when expressing it.
If you smack your steel drive shaft on a rock, you may bend it or put a dent in it, but it'll probably get you home. Carbon fiber won't hold up to that. What do you think you'd gain by losing a couple pounds from your drive shaft?