Originally Posted by -ZJones- View Post
With the Rubi's
-No paying for regear
-No sourcing parts/waiting for deals
-Less risk of error (say brackets get welded on incorrectly, you find out you have cracks in the housing, etc etc)
There was an article in a magazine about the swap . . . not sure if it was JP or 4 wheel and offroad or what, but it definitely make it look pretty straightforward as far as axle swaps go. I'll try to find the link.
After all of this . . . keep in mind that I haven't done the swap myself. Just something I've put some thought into.
Think Twice Garage
"I guess I'd just run it?"