all ya need is diff U joints, they run 1330 instead of 1310. if you have rear drum you should be fine with brakes but if they feel weird then you might need a proporting valve
2005 Unlimited Rubicon Hard N Soft Tops, Clayton Long Arm on RE Coils, Warn Bumper/Tire Carrier, Warn Winch N Bumper, Currie Steering, JKS Quicker Disconnects, JKS Front Trac Bar, Bilsteins, CO2 System..Yada Yada Yada
So the hubs on the front wheels are locked with compresed air
I thought only the locking diffs are doing that
An added benefit to the Rubicon axles, are that they have 4.11 gearing and have air lockers. The hubs on the axles are always locked....I think it is only the trans case that actually engages the 4wd.
Air lockers for example....make sure that both front tires are turning...........when the tire with the least amount of tracion would be turning without lockers.
From what I just read in the other posts, just buy the axles, get didderent u-joints and get the additional equipment if you want to engage in the air ockers......but I am sure the setup will work fine without the additional air locking equipment.
Yeah, I have heard about the bypass for the stockers. But I was mainly meaning for non-rubi owners who went junkyard diving and pulled out a pair of Rubi axles, that when they hooked it up, that could be a hidden plus. Minor detail, really.