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Old 02-27-2013, 04:48 PM   #1
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Alloy axles dana 44 of course

Has any one heard anything on the alloy axles ?? I bent one of mine and am debating on which ones to replace both my back axles with
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Old 02-27-2013, 04:54 PM   #2
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Alloy USA's? If so thats what I am running in the rear

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Yes those are the ones. I'm hoping I won't have to deal with another axle problem again !!
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Ten factory and RCV are the only 2 company's I know of that warranty bent flanges.

Northridge will obtain the abs tone ring and bearings, press everything to together for around $450 (TEN)
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I saw some ten factory and there not bad on price especially with the warranty that comes along with them , the alloy USA come with a ten year warranty , new bearings/ seals for about 350 for the rear. Not to much of a difference in price . I just got to see what that ten year warranty entails. But in the end I would rather pay for quality and a warranty than nice axles and sol if something happens . Thanks for the insight ill defiantly check those out
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