2014+ CAD Delete Shaft

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DarylB
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2014+ CAD Delete Shaft

Post by DarylB » Tue Feb 11, 2020 3:16 pm

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I've made one these to test and use in my 2016 Truck after adding on free spins. Works great. I use an OEM AAM shaft with the 1555 joints (10-13 shaft) and machine it down to correct diameter & location to match the 2014+ axle seal. The CAD actuator can be left in place and does not interfere. I'll be glad to make more if anyone is interested. Turnaround time is approx 2 weeks. $375 shipped in the US/48.
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Re: 2014+ CAD Delete Shaft

Post by olyelr » Sat Feb 15, 2020 2:39 pm

NICE!

Its good that the CAD can be left alone and “functional” as far as wiring/sensors go, that way the dash light should work as intended, correct?
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DarylB
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Re: 2014+ CAD Delete Shaft

Post by DarylB » Thu Feb 20, 2020 11:55 am

olyelr wrote:
Sat Feb 15, 2020 2:39 pm
NICE!

Its good that the CAD can be left alone and “functional” as far as wiring/sensors go, that way the dash light should work as intended, correct?
Correct. The factory actuator can be left in place and plugged in. It still functions but does not interfere with the new one piece shaft. It was the simplest solution.

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