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    Dynatrac

    While doing some research for future upgrades I was on Dynatrac's site and the have listed MOPAR Jeep JK Rubicon Axles listed. Is this an aftermarket axle made by Dynatrac? If so what is the difference between these and the Pro Rock? Inquiring minds want to know?

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    My guess is that they are selling factory replacement axles from mopar. Just like Off Road Evolution sells poison spider stuff.
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    I called thinking they were modified but they are the stock Mopar axle that comes on the Rubicon

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeeep View Post
    I called thinking they were modified but they are the stock Mopar axle that comes on the Rubicon
    I was thinking they were modified as well. Good to know they are stock and will save my pennies for a Pro Rock. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpowill View Post
    I was thinking they were modified as well. Good to know they are stock and will save my pennies for a Pro Rock. Thank you.

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    I know EVO sells stock Rubi D44's that are modified with sleeves, gussets, lower CA skids, etc
    2013 Dune JKU Rubicon <-- Build Thread

    37" Nitto Trail Grapplers on 17" ATX Slabs, EVO BO Coilovers Front and Rear, GenRight Rear Tire Carrier, RK Front lower Control Arms, Adams 1310 Front DS, LOD Sliders, DynoMax Comp Exhaust, EVO ProTek Skids, Fender Trim, EVO 1/4 Pounder and stinger, Warn 9.5ti, EVO C-Gussets, AEV Procal, Trektop NX

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    I need to take a field trip but it will be a long day of driving from Florida.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrizzyChris View Post
    I know EVO sells stock Rubi D44's that are modified with sleeves, gussets, lower CA skids, etc
    Yes Off Road Evolution will because they want every customer to build within their own budget and for their style off wheeling. But even the shop will advise for a few more dollars, the ProRock 44 addresses things a modified factory Dana 44 cannot achieve.
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