Yeah, but when all said and done, that's pretty good for basically a brand new axle. If I were to get a new axle (D44) from Northridge or somewhere similar, to beef it up with stronger shafts, a locker, disc brake conversion, and a compressor (if I went ARB for the locker), I'd be out about $3k. I think all in all, you did pretty good. I know you haven't done your shafts yet, but still a good build at a good price.
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