You mean you were down in SoCal and didn’t ping me. Next time let me know and we’ll meet up.
Piece of 2" aluminum angle iron and you can make your own cheap and easy.
If you really wanted to get down to it, you could mark notches for 33s, 35s, 37s, 40s.
That’d be next level…
Congrats! I look forward to seeing the build pics!
Congrats! That is my dream axle set! Looking forward to seeing your makeover!
That’s awesome, can’t wait to see where you take your build.
Thanks! Still have a lot of pieces to get but getting there!Nice!!!
Of course 40’s. And axles will be available!Congrats! 4-deez er what?
And where are the old axles going...?
yes sir! Looking forward to it.Sweet! Can’t wait to hit the trails with you again
Gears have been the popular upgrade lately!
A lot people ask what the average rate or price is for a re-gear and can tell you our price for a JL/JT is $2,819.99 out the door using Revolution with full master install kits. This also includes a 500 mile break in inspection and oil change.
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Test fitted this RockHard4x4 sport cage that is now off to powder coat.
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Added some LOD Destroyer rockers to this JT. These are super nice and extremely stout to take a hit and surprisingly still provide a nice step.
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Installed an AEV 2-Inch spacer lift on a Mojave JT with some really nice AEV wheels and 37” NITTO Ridge Grapplers. These wheels have an option for a “beauty ring” with standard mounting or can be mounted as a beadlock with a specific beadlock ring. Will get some pics of the Jeep on the ground.
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Yes complete bolt in with the exception of some minor trimming of dash and drilling a couple holes.Love those sliders. Those would be top of my list. I like having a step but also something that can take a hit. Dig that cage also. Is that one that is full bolt in?
Revolution and others we have used for the JL/JT all still use the same outer pinion bearing with the plastic style cage in their kits. This is only on the rear axle though. We haven’t seen a ton of failures or issues and the rears also set up with a super light 12-19 in. lbs. of preload.How are the master install kits on these? I recall when the new platform came out, one of the pinion bearings had a communist plastic cage on it. Does aftermarket revolution replace that with steel?
And do you use dummy bearings for setups?