PLEASE NOTE - SOME PRODUCTS ARE NOT IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE. IF YOUR ORDER WILL BE DELAYED, WE WILL E-MAIL OR CALL YOU AND LET YOU KNOW.
YOU CAN E-MAIL US HERE ABOUT AVAILABILITY AND WE WILL RESPOND QUICKLY!

SHOP PAY INSTALLMENTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO YOU! - NO CREDIT CHECK AND DOES NOT AFFECT YOUR CREDIT SCORE!

CLICK ON SHOP PAY FOR YOUR PAYMENT METHOD AT CHECKOUT FOR DETAILS!

1-1/8" X 4" A.R.E Inboard Shaft System and Coupler

$439.99 $628.99

Dual Taper, Pricing Good For Shafts Up To 5' You Must Supply Us With DIMENSION A - OR - DIMENSION B. Please follow the directions in the pictures. PLEASE Enter this information...

Dual Taper, Pricing Good For Shafts Up To 5'

You Must Supply Us With DIMENSION A - OR - DIMENSION B. Please follow the directions in the pictures.

PLEASE Enter this information ABOVE where it says SHAFT LENGTH MEASUREMENT.

This is a special order, custom cut drive shaft made to your specifications. No returns are accepted on this drive shaft system.

Normally fits inboard boats that have a 1:1 transmission Borg Warner Style and a small block engine after the year of 1992 with some EXCEPTIONS BELOW:

Exceptions:
  • Mastercraft
  • Correct Craft
  • Supra
  • Moomba

Dual Taper - Both Ends

Includes, keys, nuts, cotter pins and set screws

This dual taper shaft system includes everything except the coupler retaining nut socket Item SYSSOCKET106.

System Drive Shaft. The patented A.R.E. System is a double-taper drive shaft and coupling setup designed to greatly reduce the time and effort needed to remove and replace drive shafts. When used with tools developed by A.R.E. for drive train maintenance, the System typically cuts installation time in half.

System drive shafts are made of the finest shaft materials and are individually inspected to ensure the tapers have less than .003" T.I.R. run-out and the coupling face run-out is within .002" T.I.R. The shafts are straightened to less than .002" on 42" centers, producing a complete assembly far exceeding industry standards.

If the shaft is STILL IN THE BOAT, just measure from the coupler face to the tip of the shaft on the prop side.