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02-16-2007 08:24 AM
MR.CLIFFORD
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Originally Posted by jbone303 View Post
Why would people think something is wrong
The most common questions or concern I had was people thinking there was something wrong with my brakes.

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 08:11 AM
jbone303 for as little as i go in the dirt that doesn't sound like somethingi want
02-15-2007 11:21 PM
Moab Man
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Originally Posted by jbone303 View Post
Why would people think something is wrong

The constant squealing, scuffing, and dragging of tires. Not to mention the binding noises of the driveline.
02-15-2007 11:02 PM
jbone303 Why would people think something is wrong
02-15-2007 09:29 PM
MR.CLIFFORD 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 08:40 PM
jbone303 Thanks guys that was what i was thinking but it helps to ask someone who knows.
02-15-2007 08:38 PM
Moab Man BAD!

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 08:26 PM
Scout I'm thinking that would be a trail rig only thing.
02-15-2007 08:25 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 07:54 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 07:52 PM
jbone303
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

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