Correct, that is not the trophy truck part. That is the only pics I could easily link that was not their entire page.reddwarf said:500 rpm is going faster than you'd think with 37" tires.
3600/12 = 300
If that's per wheel, that would give you theoretically 1200 ft-lbs to play with
All that said, I don't think that is actually the joint pictured being used in the trophy truck.
Well, I think in a driveshaft application, 3600 in-lbs(same as 300 ft-lbs) wouldn't be enough behind a V8 or a 4 speed trans or low T case......also, axle gear ratio becomes a factor with the operating speed. 500 RPM @ the driveshaft with 5.13 gears gives 97.46 RPM @ the tires which is a pretty low top speed unless your rig is a monster truck.elf_cruiser said:Check out that 1-1/4" version!!
2 of those with some tube in btwn would be an awesome driveshaft