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Unread 10-17-2013, 05:41 PM   #1
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Axle assembly question

So I've been doing a ton of research over the past few days. I was gonna build up a xj 44 rear but found a great price on a g2 rock jock 60 with 4.56 and a Detroit and disc brakes. I just can't really find a lot of info on people running these.
I was also looking at dynatrac pro rock and curries rock jock, is there any vendors that sell these axles I can talk too, I could be wrong but it seems like Kolak can only get the G2. So if anyone knows a vendor or a place with the cheapest price that would help. Looks like currie and dynatrac aren't vendors here??

Ps I have 93 yj 4.0 4" lift on 33s now but will go bigger once different axles are in.

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