I guess I'm weird.
I run the autohubs so that when something breaks, it's the easiest thing to fix.
Of course I keep a good eye on the condition of everything, and don't do really extreme wheeling.
They also tell me that a Jeep D35 L/S (the rights years and carrier break) will work in our front D35's. I suspect by the time the setup is done to use a salvage unit, that it's not worth the hassle. IDK.
Did Jeep use a true-trac or what do they have?
Problem with that is they break so easy and unless you have a locker you lose 4wheel drive and your trying to get off a trail in 2wheel or should say one wheel if you don't have a locker in the back
an aussie is great for smaller apps. put a set off 38" boggers and a few hundred hp and witness an explosion.
how big of a tire and gear combo would be good on aussie locker? im goin with a 4.56 and at least 35s may go 36s is that to much or will i be ok with that?
You have any evidence of an aussie blowing up in an 8.8??because there is no hp rating or tire size rating for warranty. Just because the item is bigger doesn't mean its better,its still an 8.8. Throw a couple hundred hp and larger than 38 tires at it and you going to have an explosion no matter what.ps i run very large 36(37.5)x14.50 and a good deal of tq and i have laid burnouts and been through some serious mud in two wheel drive and not broke anything yet!and the $500 i saved is buying my front gears and locker