Mercedes Driveshaft Photo Quality heavy duty Mercedes Drive Shaft also known as Mercedes Driveline or Mercedes Propeller Shaft is available new or completely remanufactured with new U-Joints, CV Joint and Center Support with bearing - complete with Free Shipping and ready to install. This Mercedes Drive Shaft will carry the necessary torque with ease. Our Mercedes Driveshaft will fit perfectly and is built from high quality materials to last. To prevent vibration at all speeds, drive shaft balancing weights are welded to the shaft. Every driveline is painted, balanced at 3,500 RPM and shipped completely assembled.


All our drive shafts are shipped via UPS Ground with Free Shipping. For remanufactured units we also provide you with a prepaid shipping label to send the old driveshaft back so you can get your core deposit back quickly. Simple, no hassle and headache free!

Mercedes Drive Shaft Models

Mercedes Driveshaft Technology

Today’s Mercedes Benz vehicles have come a long way from the old, low-powered Mercedes Benz of a decade or so ago. With new advancements in engine technology, most new Mercedes vehicles produce tremendous amounts of horsepower! This advance in technology also translates to an extreme stress on the two-piece design Mercedes Driveshaft and failure is common.

Most rear-drive Mercedes Benz drive shaft consists of a two-piece shaft which has a center support and U joints. A Flex Disc is attached to both front and back flanges on most models. All-wheel drive Mercedes models have a front driveshaft as well, which comes either with two U joints or a CV joint. The driveshaft comes originally with a staked-in U-joint which is not replaceable by regular means. Our driveshafts are made to factory specification where zero clearance is necessary. All driveshafts come with the original staked-in U-Joint style.

Mercedes Driveshaft Problems

Diagnosing a Driveshaft problem is not simple. In most cases the problem can’t be duplicated when the vehicle is on a hoist, because there is no load on the wheels. The most common Mercedes Benz drive shaft problem is a vibration at speeds between 30-60 miles per hour felt in between the seats. Noise from the center support bearing is also common. Taking your vehicle to a qualified Mercedes Benz technician to diagnose a driveshaft failure is always a good idea.

Our Warranty and Commitment

Our drive shafts come with a full one year limited warranty.

Drive Shaft Technical Support

If you have any technical questions or a driveshaft problem and need advice, please Contact Us. We will be glad to help! Our tech support staff includes a certified ASC Master technician who is here to help with your Mercedes vehicle needs.


We have the lowest prices and carry the highest quality product. We are committed to giving you the best possible savings. Buy your Mercedes Driveline from us at wholesale prices and save!

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