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post #1 of 5 Old 01-17-2018, 11:06 AM Thread Starter
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JL axle breakdown

What you guys think? Some good shit some not so good

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post #2 of 5 Old 01-17-2018, 11:23 AM
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yep good and bad.

Fucking government though always fucking with shit.

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Front bumper looks good. Better than the Ace monstrosity that is currently out.

watching the video now.

Edit - instead of having the shaft disconnect, why not just go for locking hubs?

Glad he mentioned the gov't and their bullshit as well.

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Edit - instead of having the shaft disconnect, why not just go for locking hubs?

I would guess it's tied into the electrical system with the transfer case. Eliminates the need to get out of the Jeep. Stupid people proof.

Or the .gov wouldn't allow the improvement in fuel mileage if it takes an action by a human to make it happen.

Got to remember, "we" are not the majority of Jeep drivers now days.

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No the snowflakes and soccer mom reviewers would bash it even worse if anyone in this day and time had to get out and “lock” hubs....

I say set it completely up as a hybrid with a cheap Chinese 110v motor mounted to an adapter plate to the transmission....

Just make sure that all of the electronics and the bell housing can be chosen as an option for a Hemi or LS.... dreaming here but damn when it comes to the Jeep everyone knows, do what you have to do to keep the man at bay but make it easy as can be for my ass to swap that crap out....

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