934 935 934.5 934/5 ?????

D.Mavis

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so whats the difference between all of these CV's I see the names used pretty interchangably?
 

D.Mavis

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thanks so is a 934.5 and 935 the same?

so is the shaft strength the weak length in a 33 spline 934 cv and not in the 35 spline 934.5 cv arrangement? basically why would you upgrade the shaft diameter but not the joint size?
 

Tech Tim

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All depends on the strength of the joint, if the joint can handle a bigger shaft, why not go bigger?
 

D-rek

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35 spine axles are stronger because of two reasons more contact area and Ryan from TCS also explained that the way he can cut a 35 spline makes them stronger then a 33 spline
 

Tech Tim

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35 spine axles are stronger because of two reasons more contact area and Ryan from TCS also explained that the way he can cut a 35 spline makes them stronger then a 33 spline
The 35 spline is stronger than the 33 spline because of diameter. The 33 spline is 1.37" dia., the 35 spline is 1.50" dia. There are ways to cut shaft splines to make them stronger than others, but the big difference is the diameter.

Becuase the bigger it is the less it twists. The less it twists the more it beats up other things.
To a point. A 35 spline shaft can be made to have more twist than a 33 spline shaft, but it will take more power to twist it. The 35 spline shaft (designed properly) will also take more twisting before failure (cyclic fatigue).
 
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