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

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    Have had to put this one off for a week due to company. Great way end a busy week!


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    What a great job documenting the build and install! That’s so cool you get to see the whole process from start to finish, thanks for sharing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Labricon View Post
    Have had to put this one off for a week due to company. Great way end a busy week!
    LOL!! Awesome, glad you got a chance to watch it and enjoyed what you saw

    Quote Originally Posted by TrainWreck618 View Post
    What a great job documenting the build and install! That’s so cool you get to see the whole process from start to finish, thanks for sharing.
    So glad that we could share the experience with people like you

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    I've finally had a chance to view this video in my hotel room in Atlanta...I tried several times in Argentina and it wouldn't load for some reason.

    First, it is an excellent video from every standpoint...content, camera angles, narration and editing. Having been a small business owner in the past, I realize how important it is to a business in having quality, experienced, long term employees...it is the lifeblood of any business; Jim certainly has achieved that with Dynatrac, and it is evident in the quality product they make.

    It will be interesting to see how the 5.13 gears work with the deep 1st & 2nd gearing of the auto transmission in power to the wheels and crawling on the rocks...I suspect it will be a big improvement, especially since you've been running 37" tires.

    Keep them coming please!...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute View Post
    I've finally had a chance to view this video in my hotel room in Atlanta...I tried several times in Argentina and it wouldn't load for some reason.

    First, it is an excellent video from every standpoint...content, camera angles, narration and editing. Having been a small business owner in the past, I realize how important it is to a business in having quality, experienced, long term employees...it is the lifeblood of any business; Jim certainly has achieved that with Dynatrac, and it is evident in the quality product they make.

    It will be interesting to see how the 5.13 gears work with the deep 1st & 2nd gearing of the auto transmission in power to the wheels and crawling on the rocks...I suspect it will be a big improvement, especially since you've been running 37" tires.

    Keep them coming please!...
    Glad you were finally able to watch our video and that you enjoyed it. I would have said that I hope you had a good trip but looking at the photos you posted, I think that is clear.

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    Thanks for sharing. I really love the in depth look at this. Now if only the nay-sayers would watch these. Maybe they'd understand the cost over a competitor or a junkyard rebuild. Once we're finished working on the new house I'm going to see what the bank account has remaining.... I am going to be getting 37's later this year and will need to be regeared. If I can swing it I plan on getting the PR44 housing and doing an internal swap in the process. Buy once, cry once...haha. It'd save some money in the end over buying it and having it done then.

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    That was cool to watch. Now I just need to find a way to afford them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by spy_adventures View Post
    That was cool to watch. Now I just need to find a way to afford them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spy_adventures View Post
    that was cool to watch. Now i just need to find a way to afford them.


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    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:
    Congratulations Slimebones!

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