CTM U Joint for use with Dana 44



CTM U-Joint
WH is proud to be a stocking distributor for CTM racing products. The CTM U-joint is an extreme duty, rebuildable joint. It features super strong alloy that is virtually indestructible! The rebuildable feature allows for replacing the bushings, seals and snap rings as long as the cross and caps are intact. These joints use full circle clips which means you will need to install them into some high quality Chrome-Moly axle shafts. All four caps use grease zerks which can be accessed using a needle adapter on your grease gun. If you are tired of spending your time changing axles instead of wheeling, then you will want to step up to the next level with the installation of some CTMs. This could be the last U-joint you ever have to buy.

These U-joints only fit high quality Chrome-Moly axle shafts because the joints use full circle clips.They will not fit stock shafts.

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CTM U Joint for use with Dana 44
Item #: 8793

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Best U-Joint I have ever used!
May 21, 2009  |  By Jim Creel
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I have used most all u-joints on the market at one time or another. These are by far the best. I installed the CTMs about 4-5 years ago with Warn chromolys. I don't think I have greased them in that time. My bad. Just got back from 3 hard wheeling trips so I thought it was a good time for some maintenance. When we pulled the driver side axle out we saw both the inner and the outer with twisted splines. That's not a surprise seeing these have 4-5 years of use on them. We took the u-joints apart they are in great shape but need a rebuild kit (new caps & snap rigs) due to lack of lube. Before installing these it seemed like I would brake a front axle every other trip out. They cost more but you get to wheel instead of wrench.