Originally Posted by bsw989
Found this one in a search and am having the same problem, exact same noise as is in the video. I also recently found out that the rear U-joint is non serviceable and was curious if any of the previous posters ended up replacing the drive shaft? I'll be on the hunt for a new one over the next couple weeks and would love some guidance?
I never got to the bottom of any of this before I put my WK in storage (and I'm loving how it's a 2005 with under 100,000 miles).
Does anybody know if there is a manufacturer that make aftermarket drive shafts with serviceable u-joints?
Jeep: 2005 WK | OME Lift Kit & 1.5 Rear Coil Spacers (3" of lift front & rear) | 255/75/17 BF Goodrich Mud Terrain KM1 on stock wheels (no spacers) | SCT Tuner with 93 Octane Tune | Fastman TB | K&N 77 Series | Pioneer 7" Double Din | Pioneer D-Series 6 Speaker Upgrade | Custom Rear Peek-A-Boo Camera | 5K TRS XB35 HID Bulbs & Mini Morimoto Retrofitted Projectors | Parking Lights Deleted | PIAA 510 in OEM foglight location modded for OEM foglight harness | 6K V-LEDS Reverse | 5K V-LEDS License Plate | 6K V-LEDS Interior | Custom Overhead Console Blue Ambient Light | LXHarness Complete Blue Interior Upgrade | 5% on top of 20% Tint & 50% on the whole windshield | Debadged
Bike: 2009 Yamaha Raven R1 | CrossPlane Crankshaft | Far from stock