someone told me i can jsut bring them the axle
The problem is they won't know where to set your pinion angle, they would just be guessing without the Jeep there.
Also you know you want the rear axle narrower than the front. The front is wider on most every vehicle made to help with steering.
95 YJ: SOA, locked 44, locked 8.8, 37s, beadlocks, OBA, winch, and a few other things. [URL=http://www.cdmfabrication.com/aboutmel.html]My Build-Up Post[/URL] -- [URL=http://www.cdmfabrication.com/kbl.html]SWB FAQ[/URL] -- Mike