I think he's saying if the video had a large breast having female with daddy issues walk in after and say "OHH EMM GEE THE DANA 35 AXLE DETONATED" while bouncing up and down, holding enough beer on ice to make an afternoon out of (she works out), while holding a medium well porterhouse, and ****ting strawberries that it would be pretty cool.
I could arrange that lol... that just sounds like a normal day on the trails if my girlfriend is with me haha.
I won't really be wheeling the Jeep again until the spring, i don't like snow wheeling so i tend to fix things on the heep over the winter. Plus, my tires are strictly mud tires so they're absolutely useless on ice, i run stock size all-terrain or winters in the winter. So, i'm going to keep my eyes peeled over the winter for an 8.25, i'm still going to weld the D35 for the winter, can't drift very well with one wheel peel.
Like people havent already said, beat it till it breaks, but it also depends on what you're usually wheeling in? rocks? be careful, its not fun to have to deal with a broken jeep and getting it out of a trail and home, rocks are hard on parts, broke my diff on the first real obstacle on the 7 mile rim trail in moab this summer, d35 with 33's. if you're mostly wheeling through dirt the concern will still be there and the axle still wont last but it will last a little bit longer and be able to deal with a little more abuse on the softer stuff. just have a plan for getting out of the trail and the jeep back home for when you do break your axle!
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