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    Lots of interesting details in this. Thanks for putting it together. Makes me thankful of the investment I made in my PR44 for my JK. No longer have to even think about whether my front axle is up to the task. Looks like the same quality and engineering went in the JL version.


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    That was f’n Great! ... “How it’s Made” ain’t got nothing on you. Lol... Learned a lot.

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    Have to say, that's one of the cooler videos I've seen in awhile. Very informative and awesome to see the process. Amazing how they build it all from scratch right there. Very much looking fwd to the gearing video and thoughts as well. Makes me want to go break my front JL axle lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    He certainly can be proud of those welds!
    I would be. Hell, I am just for being able to see them be laid down

    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Pretty impressive setup in that shop. Awesome video!

    Oh and working on an axle on a bench is so much easier than on the Jeep. Lol
    LOL!! What a difference a bench makes

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    Awesome video! Great collaboration with Dynatrac! Kudos to both you and Jim!
    Thank you, we're so glad you enjoyed our video

    Quote Originally Posted by Slimebones View Post
    Thanks for sharing this. Definitely appreciate the quality of these axles. These guys are at the top of their game. Your use/abuse has surely demonstrated their abilities! So much want:
    It really is nice to know that they're so confident in the quality of their products that they literally have nothing to hide.

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    Dang! If there’s such a thing as axle porn, I just watched it...

    That was awesome! I guess faster desert speeds coming up for Jet Li
    LOL!! Thank you and yes, we are hoping to up our game

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    Lots of interesting details in this. Thanks for putting it together. Makes me thankful of the investment I made in my PR44 for my JK. No longer have to even think about whether my front axle is up to the task. Looks like the same quality and engineering went in the JL version.
    Oh yeah, the JK was the reason the ProRock 44 was made.

    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    That was f’n Great! ... “How it’s Made” ain’t got nothing on you. Lol... Learned a lot.
    LOL!! Thank you, you're too kind

    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    Have to say, that's one of the cooler videos I've seen in awhile. Very informative and awesome to see the process. Amazing how they build it all from scratch right there. Very much looking fwd to the gearing video and thoughts as well. Makes me want to go break my front JL axle lol.
    LOL!! How about we just think about it breaking but just replace it when you can afford to
    So glad you enjoyed the video

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    Great video! That was awesome. I love watching these axles get built. And awesome to see the same guys working there after 10 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Oh yeah, the JK was the reason the ProRock 44 was made.



    LOL!! Thank you, you're too kind



    LOL!! How about we just think about it breaking but just replace it when you can afford to
    So glad you enjoyed the video
    Much better plan lol..I actually hope to save for 60s before anything breaks, but if needed a PR44 is what I'll happily get!

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    Another great video - best content in the Jeep community by far. Curious where you mounted the compressor for the ARB locker.

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    BUILDING a DYNATRAC PROROCK 44 : A Close Up Look at How an Awesome Front Axle is Made

    This was an awesome video. Really cool seeing the PR44 being assembled in detail.


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    Great video Eddie . Makes me want to spend more money on this money pit . Dynatrac products look awesome . Looking forward to picking up a Pro Grip set in the future . Axles .. well we can dream .


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