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Tom Wood's Introduces New Gold Seal U-Joints

Long known for high quality drive shafts, Tom Wood's Custom Driveshafts proudly announces the introduction of their name branded “GOLD SEAL” universal joint.

Most manufacturers offer a breakage guarantee of the universal joint. Break it and they will replace it free of charge. The problem is, usually the failure of the universal joint will damage the drive shaft and is not covered by their warranty. With Tom Wood's Custom Drive Shafts new "GOLD SEAL" universal joint, if the universal joint breaks, Tom Wood's Custom Drive Shafts will also **warranty** damage to the drive shaft!

Using high industry test standards, these universal joints exceeded manufacturers’ load, life and strength requirements. The joint also features an easy access grease fitting.

Tom Woods originally anticipated that they would only be offering this universal joint as part of a complete Tom Wood's drive shaft. There will be no up-charge for this universal joint and is a part of their continual efforts to improve the quality and value of their drive shafts. It's a pretty strong warranty and they want to make sure everything is as good as it can possibly be.

However due to popular demand, they have reconsidered and offer the joint only at the following prices:

1310 series..................$39.00 each

1330 & 1350 series......$49.00 each

Please note that only the 1310 series will have the grease fitting in the bearing cap. 1330 & 1350 will have the grease fitting in the body of the cross.

Tom Wood's U-joint

Visit Tom Wood's for more information on these u-joints and for warranty details.

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