|02-16-2007 09:24 AM|
I survived that whole year with an AX5 tranny. So there can't be that much drive line strain over anything you'd get while wheeling!
|02-16-2007 09:11 AM|
|jbone303||for as little as i go in the dirt that doesn't sound like somethingi want|
|02-16-2007 12:21 AM|
The constant squealing, scuffing, and dragging of tires. Not to mention the binding noises of the driveline.
|02-16-2007 12:02 AM|
|jbone303||Why would people think something is wrong|
|02-15-2007 10:29 PM|
egh. To each their own. I daily drove a miller melody for over a year. Other than excessive tire wear there were no ill effects on daily driving but I was wider and longer than stock. I would do it again on a rig that didn't see driving every day. It was fun watching people at the gas station think something was wrong. The off road traction was absolutely awesome and I loved it!
I do agree you should pitch the D35 before welding up the spiders.
|02-15-2007 09:40 PM|
|jbone303||Thanks guys that was what i was thinking but it helps to ask someone who knows.|
|02-15-2007 09:38 PM|
You can often find a Lock-right or one of the many clones out there for $100 on ebay or from local clubs.
|02-15-2007 09:26 PM|
|Scout||I'm thinking that would be a trail rig only thing.|
|02-15-2007 09:25 PM|
|Rawkon||I agree the se models all pretty much have the turdyfive. the spider gears will break, or the shafts takes your pick. on a daily driver welding up the rear end is never recomended. or your welds will break|
|02-15-2007 08:54 PM|
|04moneypit||don't do it. Period. On a DD it will just cause problems, especially if you have a dana 35.|
|02-15-2007 08:52 PM|
Welding the rear end to lock it
I am wanting to lock the rear and don't have alot of cash. What are the pro's and cons of welding the rearend to lock it on a daily driver. Its a 98 tj with a 4 banger se model