Many companies can create Custom Driveline by replacing certain parts of the drive shafts. For example, the u-joints are the first component of drive shafts to go bad. This is due to the needles getting dry and worn out. This will eventually lead to damage and wear to the cap of the u-joint which can then cause havoc on the weld joint.
After the u-joints have ruined the weld joint, a new yoke should be ordered and welded into the tube. Many companies create custom driveline by straightening and balancing the shafts. This step will ensure that the drive shafts are within a tolerance of 10000 to prevent vibrations.
Image Source: Google
The driveshaft must be straightened. This is because if the shaft is not being straightened but at 3500 rpm, there will be a "jump rope effect". After the straightening has been completed by companies, the balance procedures can be carried out.
Balancing is a crucial step, as not all parts of the driveshaft have been machined correctly. Balancing will compensate for the uneven metal problem in the drive shaft. This means that the driveshaft will be equal throughout its length due to the additional weight.
How do you balance the custom driveline?
The height of the suspension can be modified and the driveshaft will become shorter or longer due to the difference in distance between rear differentials and transmission. This can cause an imbalance and lead to the drive shaft falling off.
To compensate for the difference between the differential and transmission, the driveshaft should be extended. The best way to create more balance in automobiles or other applications that use drive shafts is to lengthen a custom driveline.