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Topic Review (Newest First)
06-18-2014 02:52 PM
jesimmers Tattons shaft in the front my TJ for 2 years/10k miles now. Built with all spicer parts and a nice long slip. No complaints.
06-17-2014 08:26 PM
nukegoat I got a custom Tatton shaft made with your standard 1310 CV setup. I felt that they had good customer service, the product has been fine, etc.
06-17-2014 07:21 PM
onetoncv Interesting.
06-17-2014 10:51 AM
quaylefarmer I bought a set of 1350 CV shafts from Tatton (via eBay).

Components seemed OK but the front was way out of balance.

Had it re-balanced locally and it was good to go.

I ran it for ~ 5k miles before selling the Jeep (JK that saw highway use). Don't have any feedback on how its holding up after that.

Tatton was responsive over the phone but shipping it back to check balance was not practical.

I had ran both HAD and Woods drivelines before this experience. Trying to save some $ ended up costing me some frustration.

Its really hard to beat Tom's or Jesse's service and quality.
06-17-2014 09:48 AM
BobCat5.0 Tatton is NOT Tom Woods drive shafts , I have one of each and the Tatton cv is broken with less than a hundred miles on it , I would not recommend Tatton , he sells them cheap but you get what you pay for.
He does not guaranty them,he charged me a little over $200 and he wants $150 plus $25 shipping to fix his sloppy work ...WTF ? he didnt even want to see it he just quoted a price to fix it and he wants practically the same price as a new drive shaft to fix it , no warranty no guaranty nada .
09-06-2005 01:37 PM
FNG Damned noobies can't search?

Tattons Driveline Service An D Auto Restoration - (801) 685-0056 - 139 W 4500 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84107
09-06-2005 02:31 AM
Originally Posted by braxton357
Doesn't look like one of his shafts, nor is it his phone number... And cj tatton =/= tom woods.
But yeah, they are in the same state.
ya ya but i saw it was utah and i know toms starts with 801 and people have different user names on ebay then other places blah blah im right your wrong blah blah
09-06-2005 02:13 AM
braxton357 Doesn't look like one of his shafts, nor is it his phone number... And cj tatton =/= tom woods.
But yeah, they are in the same state.
09-06-2005 01:59 AM
coolcruiserfj40 isnt that woods?
09-06-2005 01:32 AM
ebay cv drive shafts ??

what the consensus here??


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