Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Winter Haven, FL
Joe how long was the process from beginning to end? Did you have to make a jig to hold the pieces true before you welded or was the fitment tight enough? I thought about doing doing mine when I got it but didn't quite know how but for $15.00 for the shaft and then $50 to cut and balance locally it wasnt that bad. This write up might change my mind to start doing them as well. The availabilty and price at u pull its is awesome and saving people roughly 300 bucks is cool too. I do like the sleeving technique also, looks much more rugged. Thanks for the write up.
1993 YJ, AX15, 4.0L, 8.8 LSD w/3.73's, Lock-rite locker in front, S.O.A. JB4x4 high steer bracket, BrandonYJ 1" Booms, Rugged Ridge SS S.Y.E. XJ drive shaft, 35x12.50 BFG KM2's, Chevy Cavy seats, woods camo paint, 200,000 miles and still goin strong!
1993 Cherokee Country AW4,4.0L, 3.55's, 4" blocks in back, 4" TJ springs front, 31x10.50 BFG A/T, Ford Red paint, recently finished with 4wd conversion