hope the elockers hold up, i have read and heard they are a bit weak. Nice set up though. not sure what I am going to do on my front, may truss the and rotate the knuckles on the turdy and eventually do iro or similar shafts.
The Elockers are holding up great ive been wheeling the piss out of mine for a year now and they do their job.
i've "heard" rumors of the e-lockers being weak, but never seen a first hand account of them fail to know what size tires, motor, and what scenario they might have been in when failing. i think as soon as one person breaks something that is "stock", the internet builds up this whole thing about it and the next thing you know "it's a complete POS".
my whole point of these axles is to hopefully over-build for my typical type of expedition wheeling on moderate trails, and to be adequate for the occasional real crawling.
my 2 biggest issues before were just worrying about the front CV joints with the 35's and ARB (though i never did break one). and the bending rear shafts due to being loaded down heavy on expedition type trips and still wanting to haul *** through washes
- i did bend a couple rear shafts that way.
assuming i can ever get these vibes figured out, then i still want to fix the front track-bar mount, move the disconnect mounts, and truss the front. then one day i'd like to do really nice shocks and dial that all in (which i would probably re-do the rear upper mounts at the same time, and strengthen the front upper mounting too) - however, i need bumpers before any of that... a man can dream though!