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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    I thought Eddie said in video he only carries the stub shaft because itís the most likely to snap. I have no problem carrying both for me or someone else...
    You could. But I would rather carry a rear shaft if anything. Iíve broken fronts. Just pull it and drive home or off the trail. Just my opinion.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Yup! Do you carry the long shaft too or just the short shaft in your Jeep? (Not gay)
    I would carry both.
    That's what I did until I used one up. They will fit under the back seat, out of sight, out of mind.

    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Whatís the point in carrying one? You just hope you have the right spare if you break one? I would carry both or neither.


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    That's what I said, so on the last Rubicon trip, since I only had one, I left it home. The one I had at home is the one I broke.

    Thankfully Dan bailed me out. 2/3s of the Rubicon with 3 wheel drive would not have been a good time for anyone in the group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdofmemi View Post
    I would carry both.
    That's what I did until I used one up. They will fit under the back seat, out of sight, out of mind.



    That's what I said, so on the last Rubicon trip, since I only had one, I left it home. The one I had at home is the one I broke.

    Thankfully Dan bailed me out. 2/3s of the Rubicon with 3 wheel drive would not have been a good time for anyone in the group.
    Turn around and go out the way you came in.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    I thought Eddie said in video he only carries the stub shaft because itís the most likely to snap. I have no problem carrying both for me or someone else...
    Jerry broke the driver side shaft on the Rubicon . Would carry both . I strap them down in front of the tuffy behind the rear seats . Heavy but donít even notice them

    Awesome work.


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    Quote Originally Posted by danford.lau View Post
    Jerry broke the driver side shaft on the Rubicon . Would carry both . I strap them down in front of the tuffy behind the rear seats . Heavy but donít even notice them

    Awesome work.


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    Should read the thread before I reply . Doh


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    Took my Son to see the Rams new Stadium.... pretty cool.

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    Thatís a pretty cool design!


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    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Thatís a pretty cool design!


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    Pictures donít do any justice... itís fín impressive... and some serious Dough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Pictures donít do any justice... itís fín impressive... and some serious Dough.
    I'm pretty sure it's being 100% funded by parking fees at the Coliseum... $75 last time I went to a Rams game.



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