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Unread 04-02-2015, 04:40 PM   #1
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Who needs tougher axles for their JK???

Finally Rockridge 4wd had answered our prayers! The rockridge inner axle sleeve kit is a NO WELD NO DRILL kit for the Jeep JK 07-15 dana 44 and dana 30 Rubicon and non Rubicon. Oh yeah yeah they also accepts 35 spline axles!!!!

These sleeves are 100% American made and make you stock axles 60% stronger. Translation= peace of mind!!! The Sleeve has a knurled end with a .010" interference fit. Rest assured. These babies will add a ton of strength and they WILL NEVER COME OUT!http://http://www.rockridge4wd.com/I...sleeve-kit.htm
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Unread 04-14-2015, 03:45 PM   #2
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Are these new? How much R&D? What kinda warranty on them? Forgive my ignorance, is 35 splins stock, if not I assume they will accept stock axles?
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Are these new? How much R&D? What kinda warranty on them? Forgive my ignorance, is 35 splins stock, if not I assume they will accept stock axles?
Hi there and thanks for the message! Yes that axle tube sleeves are brand new. The picture is just dark and we will be working on that in the future. What is nice about these is that there is about a 1 1/2" knurl on the ends to secure fitment. Fitment on these are beautiful. Allot of other tube sleeves out there do not fit well. The machining on our sleeves are really nice and that is why the fitment works so well on them.

35 Spline is not stock, that is an upgrade. 30/32 spline is a stock spline count depending on if it's a Rubicon or not.

These will work in a Non-Rubicon JK and JKU (dana 30), and in a Rubicon Jk and JKU (dana 44) stock housings.

The reason for these is to beefin up your front axle housing. With these JK's they have a wider wheel base so even if you bump into a curb parking, that could bend your housing. Leaving you in the hole of about $2500 for another stock housing, empty! So this upgrade is a nice inexpensive way to go! Especially if your wife/girlfirend is driving the Jeep (kidding).

No weld installation. Just tap into place!

Hope this helps, let me know if you would like a quote on a set!

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Unread 04-14-2015, 05:08 PM   #4
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What is theID of your sleeves, in comparison to the OD of a stock Jk axle. (How much room does the axle have inside your sleeves). I noticed another brand having two bushings in the end with a grease zerk. I am curious why you did not go with one? Well, now I look at it better I bet it goes all the way in!?
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What is theID of your sleeves, in comparison to the OD of a stock Jk axle. (How much room does the axle have inside your sleeves). I noticed another brand having two bushings in the end with a grease zerk. I am curious why you did not go with one? Well, now I look at it better I bet it goes all the way in!?
The reason why our's don't have a grease zerk there is because it's pointless. There is no reason to have an outer seal when you already have an inner tube seal. Also then you wouldn't be able to run 35 spline shafts. These accept up to 35 spline shafts!

Click here to view install instructions. This link will take you the the sleeves on our site, under manufacturer notes, it list the installation instructions.

Great questions! Let me know if you have any other concerns.

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