Spoke to him this morning. Seems like a good package but it's a bit wider than I was wanting to go at 72".
The Currie VXRs have also caught my eye as have the Dynatrac Hard Core Plus ProRock XD60's.
Have not heard positive things on Currie customer service so they would be ruled out quickly.
Although WOD pimps Dynatrac, you really can't go wrong with them. FF or SF.
Sure, FF tons and being able to pull an axle shaft without worry would be bad ass, but I didn't want to wait the crazy Dynatrac leadtime and didn't want all the extra weight on a DD.
I've got the PR44U up front with the rear SF XD60 in a 68.5" width tricked with 3.75" tubes, .313" wall, and the r/p + bearings are absolute beef (compared to a regular D60) without all of the added weight of a FF. 35 spline. Plus no RTV on the XD versions and you still keep the 5x5 wheels so no $$ lost there. Really the best of both worlds. 37" or 38" tires no problem.
The main thing I do like with the Rock Jocks is the slider on the diff. That's the only thing I wish the Dynatrac's had.
After reading the thread on going to tons and seeing the little gain in investment, for my use and how I use the Jeep, I'm actually more glad I went this route for a DD. It it were a trailer queen, it would be different.
Having said that, don't mean to sidetrack your thread if you're 100% going FF tons lol. You gotta go with what you really want...