Has anyone used G2 axles before? I'm preparing to swap in a Rubicon Dana 44 rear axle and found the left axle was about .030 out of round so I ordered a set of G2 axles. They seem to be good quality and the price on these are about half the cost of other axles! Here is a picture of the new rear end.
I finally got my axles in and I've got to say that these G2 axles are very nice. They only cost $210.00 for the pair and that includes bearings, seals and studs. I was a little ticked at 4Wheel Drive Hardware as it only took them 4 weeks to get them to me, and that was after numerous ***** sessions over the phone! I'm sure glad I replaced them because the left side splines were a little tweaked besides the runout on the left flange. Here are a couple pics of the axle back together without the brackets and a little paint on it.
guys, that price is for the axle SHAFTS, not complete axles...
1998 XJ on 37's.JK Rubi axles with chromo shafts and ctm's, 4:1 transfer case, etc etc etc.
2003 Range Rover HSE, 4.4 Quad Cam.
1998 Range Rover with a 6.0 LSx
1994 YJ, 4.3/700R4/OME SOA, etc
Western Star 4900EX 4 axle.
4.3/700r4/new frame buildup (YJ).... http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/swap-offically-underway-324622/
I know this is an old thread but anybody ever heard how there complete new axles & housings are?. There now advertising complete front & rear Dana 44's at Quadratec for about 5K, I know its a ton of money (this does include a front locker of your choice). Its cheaper than buying say a Rubi TJ. I know there's cheaper ways of course, but probably not easier?? (Someday I was thinking about these for my YJ, I know it would be like stuffing a diamond up an old nag's ^&*) Thanks