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Thread: Revshift Cadillac Flex Disc

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    Revshift is offline Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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    Revshift Cadillac Flex Disc

    As many of you know, a common Cadillac replacement part is the drivetrain flex disc. It becomes a headache once you find out that the oem flex disc is not available without purchasing a whole driveshaft assembly for upwards of a thousand dollars. We have been producing similar flex discs for BMW vehicles (where they have been repeatedly tested and proven) and now we are offering them to the Cadillac community.

    The Revshift flex disc is CNC machined from 6061 billet aluminum. It utilizes high quality polyurethane bushings to maximize rigidity and strength while maintaining the proper amount of flex to protect your drivetrain.

    This is a high performance alternative to the oem flex disc. The oem rubber flex disc is known for failing under high loads and needing to be replaced on a regular basis. There is no longer a need to worry after you install a Revshift flex disc on your Cadillac.

    - CNC machined 6061 aluminum body
    - 95A durometer polyurethane bushings
    - Lifetime warranty

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    Cadillac_Stokes is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: Revshift Cadillac Flex Disc

    How do you KNOW when your FlexDisc has failed...or need to be replaced??


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