No sarcasm in there, yes conversation is on driveshafts that turned to Ujoints vs CV’s as some drive shafts use CV’s and some Ujoints and some a combination of both. The CV’s DSS uses in their driveshafts, both ends, is the same brand and the one I had at least 2 years back same size they use in their axles, not the strongest CV out there snd it didn’t last long either, maybe I should have been more clear in that comparison for those that don’t know that. If there was any hint of any sarcasm if may have been from hearing of the constant sales push towards HHP, they are not the saviors nor stocker of every Hellcat part, in fact everything I ever purchased from them never shipped from their location nor was it the lowest price, that I will point out to the OP since it was brought up, price shop, you’ll find it cheaper but I won’t argue “possibly” in stock and that may be worth a higher price to some true. My apologies but that is my experience not just with HHP but most all vendors selling things they claim is in stock, it MAYBE is in stock somewhere but not under the advertisers roof unless it’s custom to them parts they have made for themselves exclusively. Think of SpeedLogix, everyone’s favorite have everything in stock it just takes months to get sometimes. I just had this happen with these GForce axles, many claimed to advertise them as in stock but after they have your cc # or worse PayPal payment from your balance you then find out the part is really not in stock. This just happened to me with a radiator that I did find in stock elesewhere but had to go through the hassle of ordering it twice, canceling one order snd in doing this in the past have the first order then show up and have 2 items and the hassle and expense of returning one and tied up funds for weeks or months, this just happened with BMR parts. Trying to point that out too that yes in this time of roughness in the supply chain everywhere don’t just order off a website call and confirm stock first no matter the vendor. Trying to pass on experience is all, I see you supplied a phone number to do just that with, sorry it seemed to hit a nerve with your favorite vendor that was not my intention but to be called out as being sarcastic this is my reply to that. I’ll screen shot this post just in case it disappears.This thread is about Driveshafts.
The answer was to the OP.
Lol Not sure what your problem is and the sarcasm isn't appreciated.
Why would my statement be anything about referring to anything about axels?
Posting about what is in stock can be any company that sells aftermarket Driveshafts.
From what I've seen posted in several places about several brands of Driveshafts, many are out of stock.
The lead time to get them can be longer than someone wants to wait. Many products are also going up in price too. Supply and demand goes all the way through the supply chain starting with raw materials.