I know exactly how you feel. Damn that South Jersey Sugar Sand Mud.
I just went thru that after I destroyed my 30. It all comes down to preference. I ended up sleeving/gusseting/rcv'ing mine instead of buying a new axle, since there was nothing wrong with my housing/tubes. I am more than comfortable for when I move up to 37's. It's more affordable than buying a new axle, however, joePILE was in the same spot and ended up with a dynatrack 44. He's happy, I'm happy. Either way it is a win. If you can afford to do a new axle, go for it, otherwise, save your pennies and beef the hell out of yours. You can put the loot saved towards some bigger tires...
I know everyone else will say to go 60, but, we aren't exactly in moab out here...
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JK retired Wednesday, March 21st, 2012.
07 X 6spd • Clayton 3.5 • OME LT • ORE Gussets/Sleeves • RCV Shafts • JKS Discos & Track • AEV Snorkel • FLW Rear Bumper • RRF Front• PSC Sliders • RROR Skids • Poly P. Ball Joints• Wood's Shafts• Yukon Gears • Maxxis Kreepy Krawlers • Superwinch epi9• Safari Straps