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Unread 11-09-2009, 08:10 PM   #1
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Last minute questions on Dana 35 C Clip Eliminator before purchase.

Hi all,

I know there are a few threads on the c clip eliminator and I have read over all of them several times. They all seem to be around a year old and I just wanted to make sure these kits are still getting good reviews. I pretty much want to know if it is worth the $600 dollars. I do intend to stay on 33's for a while seeing how I am in school, and will not have the money to upgrade to 35's any time soon. 4x4groupbuy.com has it for $580. This is the best price I have found. Does anyone know of a cheaper price?

Thanks in advance guys,
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Unread 11-09-2009, 08:16 PM   #2
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Prices can be found on www.froogle.com/ and yes, Superior Axle's c-clip eliminator kit is still a very worthwhile upgrade. The developer of the kit, mrblaine, even stated that he trusts its hardened 27 spline alloy axle shafts more than the 30 spline OE Dana 44 axle shafts.
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Prices can be found on www.froogle.com/ and yes, Superior Axle's c-clip eliminator kit is still a very worthwhile upgrade. The developer of the kit, mrblaine, even stated that he trusts its hardened 27 spline alloy axle shafts more than the 30 spline OE Dana 44 axle shafts.
Alright thanks Jerry. That makes me feel much better about the purchase. I just may be making this purchase within the next week or two.


Also, is there anyone out there running 35's on this kit? I know this is dangerous, but it's just a thought.
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