Chrysler 8.25 vs Dana 35
What are the advantages of a Chrysler 8.25 over the Dana 35 rear axle? I plan to take it off road, but I don't plan to modify it much (I run 235/75 instead of 225/65, but everything else is stock). I'm not really a recreational off-roader... but as an avid hunter, I need a ride than can handle itself off the beaten path. Most of my driving is on pavement, though. I hear the Chrysler is tougher, but is it necessary if I don't plan to jack it up and rock crawl with it?