I have heard bad things about the Powerline CV's. There was a recent post about them on here:Atlanta Ga. - GSP announces it acquired the Powerline, an auto parts remanufacturing company based in South Carolina .
The Powerline based in Roebuck SC has more than 25 years of history of remanufacturing CV axle, Rack & Pinion and Flying Wheel
Now under the name of GSP North America Co., Inc. the facility is to serve as a Master Distributor for SE market as a part of GSP NA national distribution network while continuing its reman role with increased capacity
GSP NA is a customer-focused auto parts distribution company with various customers ranging from national chain stores, mass distributors and warehouse distributors in more than 20 states and nearly $15 million in estimated annual revenues in 2005/2006 fiscal year. It is a subsidiary of GSP, the largest CV axle manufacture in China and the world.
same here, bought mine from advanced, ended up throwing my old onesdon't even bother with those crappers, those are the EXACT ones that I installed and had bind up with them immediately...as in while the truck was in the jacked position and the suspension was at full droop.