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ATS 47RH 47RE 48RE BILLET OUTPUT SHAFT FITS 1994-2007 5.9L CUMMINS 29 SPLINE

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$1,060.50
SKU: 304-302-2164
Billet Output Shaft 2-Piece / 29 Spline  47RH / 47RE / 48RE
Fitment: 1994-2007 Dodge 5.9L 12V / 24V / Common Rail Cummins

The ATS Billet Output Shaft is part of the back bone of your 2003-2007 5.9L Dodge Cummins transmission. It is the first hard part to bring power into the transmission and transmit that power to the wheels. With no dampening or power loss other than the torque converter, the shafts in your transmission have a lot to handle. Now add power, weight from a trailer, bigger tires (and is some cases all these things together) and you will be well beyond what that factory shaft was designed for. The theory behind billet shafts is not quite what you may have in mind.

The key to success is not to make the shaft "stronger" necessarily, but give it the ability to absorb more torsional load. The way we do this, is by using billet shafts, they have the ability to rotate further with out breaking. This process is going to give the transmission more flexibility and allow it to transmit more torque and more load without breaking.

Features:
  • Unsurpassed reliability
  • Able to handle high power applications
  • Great for towing
  • Increases torque capacity
  • Good way to help ensure you transmission does not break

Billet Output Shaft 2-Piece / 29 Spline  47RH / 47RE / 48RE
Fitment: 1994-2007 Dodge 5.9L 12V / 24V / Common Rail Cummins

The ATS Billet Output Shaft is part of the back bone of your 2003-2007 5.9L Dodge Cummins transmission. It is the first hard part to bring power into the transmission and transmit that power to the wheels. With no dampening or power loss other than the torque converter, the shafts in your transmission have a lot to handle. Now add power, weight from a trailer, bigger tires (and is some cases all these things together) and you will be well beyond what that factory shaft was designed for. The theory behind billet shafts is not quite what you may have in mind.

The key to success is not to make the shaft "stronger" necessarily, but give it the ability to absorb more torsional load. The way we do this, is by using billet shafts, they have the ability to rotate further with out breaking. This process is going to give the transmission more flexibility and allow it to transmit more torque and more load without breaking.

Features:
  • Unsurpassed reliability
  • Able to handle high power applications
  • Great for towing
  • Increases torque capacity
  • Good way to help ensure you transmission does not break