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Thread: VIDEO - JL JOURNAL : The Inner Workings - JL Wrangler Gears vs Dynatrac ProRock 44

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Without a doubt man! You give us the Confidence to Explore new Mechanical Territories. (See what I did there)
    nicely played

    Quote Originally Posted by Mozarkid View Post
    Great Job to you both! Very informative and too the point.
    How about talking about Pinion Angle?
    Is there something specific in mind that you're wanting to know?

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    Sounds good Eddie. I’ll probably just leave it be and pick up some Revolution axles at some point if/when I bend the stock ones.

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    VIDEO - JL JOURNAL : The Inner Workings - JL Wrangler Gears vs Dynatrac ProRock 44

    I am still convinced at the end of the video it is your axle being produced


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy5160 View Post
    I am still convinced at the end of the video it is your axle being produced
    Guess you'll just have to keep watching the videos to find out

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    VIDEO - JL JOURNAL : The Inner Workings - JL Wrangler Gears vs Dynatrac ProRock 44

    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Guess you'll just have to keep watching the videos to find out
    will do and keep it spicy


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    More great information, especially the crush sleeve bit. Thanks!


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    Really Love these videos, they are really informative.

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    What about the rear axle of the JLUR?

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    Thank you for such a great series of videos! Whether it be the videos of your amazing adventures, the killer photography that accompanies them or these straight to the point and very informative "how things work" and "how to" posts that you share, you guys are the best out there and it is most certainly appreciated. Thanks again for all that you do for us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy5160 View Post
    will do and keep it spicy
    LOL!! Hoping to have something up by this evening.

    Quote Originally Posted by nmwranglerx View Post
    More great information, especially the crush sleeve bit. Thanks!
    Awesome. The crush sleeve is something that most people aren't aware of and that's why we made sure to point it out.

    Quote Originally Posted by grein46087 View Post
    Really Love these videos, they are really informative.
    So glad to hear it, thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by deezus View Post
    What about the rear axle of the JLUR?
    For the most part, the rear axle is okay. Sure, there are aspects of it that are less than desirable like the ball bearings in the plastic cage but other than that, the tubes are at least 3" like a 44 should be and with a 37's, should do fine for most people. We're sticking with ours or at least, for now anyway.

    Quote Originally Posted by blacker1 View Post
    Thank you for such a great series of videos! Whether it be the videos of your amazing adventures, the killer photography that accompanies them or these straight to the point and very informative "how things work" and "how to" posts that you share, you guys are the best out there and it is most certainly appreciated. Thanks again for all that you do for us!
    We're so flattered you would say as much and we're happy to share what we see and learn with guys like you

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