I used to do buesisness with a company called dicks dirve lines but that just sold to phoenix rack and axle stll have the same employees and service.
the new unit is actually pretty beefy compaired to the old one even the yokes are thicker and the solid portion of the shaft is about 1/2 inch thicker. The turn around was only a day and I told them I wasn't in a hurry. The entire unit was only $210.00 and that inclueded new u-joints. overall I'm pretty happy here's there #(602) 252-8255 they also do allot of high performance stuff as well as steering.
hope that helps
I just talked to Steven at Phoenix Rack & Axle. I am going to bring my driveshaft down this afternoon to get it balanced and have new spicer joints installed. Thanks for the tip!
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that pinion angle looks like it could be problems.
Man do I love that winch...
I think it's the angle I took the picture, the pinion and output from the t-case are still parallel, and the angles aren't too sharp for the shaft that was one of the things I had them check at the shop when I took it down.
and here's a shot just for you I rewired the winch with the same heavy duty connectors and hard wire to the battery as my jumper cable so I only have to have one set of wires running to the battery
the wire tie around the winch ready to travel
the wire connected and ready to use
and one of the connector
hope thats good enough jeep porn for now, I haven't done anything else yet.
a very messy divorce? i know i was there once. my tools paid for a lawyer and for me to live.
no divorce, he said he needed to clear up space in the garage. I think he took out all the tools he wanted and put them in his smaller box. there are some holes in the inventory that someone would normally have in a box like this, but I don't really care I priced it out with my tool rep. from the company and that box went for around 8,000.00 new and I already had all the tools.
bumpers are going to be 2x4 tubing with a peice of 2x2 to suport all the plate that will finsh out the angles I have planned, then they get receivers and the rear gets a swing out tire carrier with hi lift and fuel cans