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BIGdaddy

Expedition Leader
wow...so you run 37's on a dana 30 and a 8.25...

how's longevity of parts? Are you fairly easy on the throttle? I know they're both very strong axles, but it seems like I've heard of most stopping at the 35" mark...

very cool setup.
 

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xr8dxj

Adventurer
Whoops... it took my Dad reminding me that I hadn't even taken pics of the XJ with the new bumpers on!




 

xr8dxj

Adventurer
wow...so you run 37's on a dana 30 and a 8.25...

how's longevity of parts? Are you fairly easy on the throttle? I know they're both very strong axles, but it seems like I've heard of most stopping at the 35" mark...

very cool setup.
I'm pretty easy on the skinny pedal and let the 4:1 do the work. However... I just (as in an hour ago!) threw in my spare front short-side axle ofter snapping the u-joint. The only time I ever snap a u-joint is when I'm "in the stuff" with the ARB on... it's like clockwork! I get a inner/outer/hub combo for about $50 so it isn't "worth it" yet for me to go chrome-moly or grown-up diffs.:smiley_drive:
 
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