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Rear Axle Flange

Bent rear passenger axle flange on my 09 Rubicon!!!

Looking for good deals and options of who to go with for NEW after market rear inner AXLE's???

I am looking to purchase rear axle with the ABS Tone Ring and ect. (all in one package) so I can keep the stock rears as spares…

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What's your location? I have a set in SoCal
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What do you have? After market??

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I just ordered a set of G2 Gold series for the back end of my jeep from 4wheel parts. I'm not a real fan of 4wheel part but they had a jeep and truck fest going on locally and I was able to get a the complete set with studs and bearings for $509 with a 25 year warranty no questions asked.
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You can source Tens for $400-$425 ready to bolt in. I don't think there's many options for warrantied flanges. TEN is one iirc.


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I just bought the Tens, they only come with the bearings and seals and studs. You will have to buy the tone ring and retainers elsewhere.

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I just bought the Tens, they only come with the bearings and seals and studs. You will have to buy the tone ring and retainers elsewhere.
You should have gotten tone rings, we bought two sets of Ten's at the same time. One was missing tones, one was missing studs and something else. You paid for tones, hit up whoever sold them to you and get Ten Factory to send them.

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Northridge was sourcing the tone rings/bearings and pressing them in. $50 I think.


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You should have gotten tone rings, we bought two sets of Ten's at the same time. One was missing tones, one was missing studs and something else. You paid for tones, hit up whoever sold them to you and get Ten Factory to send them.
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I just ordered a set of G2 Gold series for the back end of my jeep from 4wheel parts. I'm not a real fan of 4wheel part but they had a jeep and truck fest going on locally and I was able to get a the complete set with studs and bearings for $509 with a 25 year warranty no questions asked.

Can you get the G2 gold with 32sp. for a stock rubicon???
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I stand corrected, the tone rings come with the Tens.

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Yep.......well thats what their representative told me. I think that it's a new part. The part number on my invoice is 196-2052-032 if your interested.
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Yep.......well thats what their representative told me. I think that it's a new part. The part number on my invoice is 196-2052-032 if your interested.
You have and received your new axles yet? When did you buy them?

Do you have a phone# for the rep.?

I would like to get a set today if they make them!!!!

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I bent my stock driver side Rear flange.. I am running 37 inch MTR's with big offset on Allied Beadlocks. So lots of weight on the stock axles


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Yep.......well thats what their representative told me. I think that it's a new part. The part number on my invoice is 196-2052-032 if your interested.
Yes, you are correct!! They make them now!!!

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I did go with 10 factory axles as they have the best warranty and purchased them at Northridge in WA. Best customer service ever!!!! They also press bearings, ABS, and ect. then ship them !!!! So plug and Play!!


Thanks again for all the info and help guys….

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I bent my stock driver side Rear flange.. I am running 37 inch MTR's with big offset on Allied Beadlocks. So lots of weight on the stock axles




You'll eventually bend the flange on the Chromo Ten's too...back space and big tires will do it. At least you've got the warranty.

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You'll eventually bend the flange on the Chromo Ten's too...back space and big tires will do it. At least you've got the warranty.
I can see that happening in my future with 3.75" BS Walkers and 1.375" pattern adapters....2-3/8" backspacing ftw

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You'll eventually bend the flange on the Chromo Ten's too...back space and big tires will do it. At least you've got the warranty.
Yea I should have got 2 pair!!!!

I see a dana 60 in the future….

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I did go with 10 factory axles as they have the best warranty and purchased them at Northridge in WA. Best customer service ever!!!! They also press bearings, ABS, and ect. then ship them !!!! So plug and Play!!


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Did you get the axle shaft seal retainers as well?

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Here's another vote for Northridge and Tens. Only company that warranties the flange. $450 ready to slide in. Tone rings, bearings and bearing plate with studs. You just need to get new bearing plate torque nuts from the dealer
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Did you get the axle shaft seal retainers as well?
Yes I did!!! I wanted it Plug and Play..

They sent them ready to go side in everything all ready pressed on for $450

Now I can keep my old axles as spares…

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Here's another vote for Northridge and Tens. Only company that warranties the flange. $450 ready to slide in. Tone rings, bearings and bearing plate with studs. You just need to get new bearing plate torque nuts from the dealer
It does not come with the Bearing Plate??

I think I could use the old Nuts off the old bolts??? Yes

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None, in my research, come withe the bearing plate and tone ring. Northridge presses them on for you. The G2 Golds also need the bearing, plate and tone ring pressed on, for an additional charge. At least the 4 wheel parts here it was that way.
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