Or why not just carry trail spares? Why spend $1400 to prevent (maybe) a breakage when $300 could get you a spare shaft then up and running in a few minutes?
I have not personally broken an axle shaft since 97. I have however fixed many others on the trail. To me, I like fuses. 1310 u-joints are a great fuse and easy to replace. Stock axle shafts and axle u-joint are cheap insurance. One if the guys I run with has RCV shafts. Want to know what broke when he had his front axle bound up in the rocks? Ring gear. (2012 Rubicon 2 dr, 35s and 4.88 gears)
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