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Look like good links. Go for it.. Get stuck or have a question, ask.
Thanks Kjeeper. We are putting new drive shafts in my dad's Land Rover this weekend. I figured while we had the tools and jacks out, we might as well tackle this too. If something pops up, I will post here.
 

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Those ears that attach to the stock axle tab are cast. I snapped them off in first 2 weeks of installation. Not even off-road. A couple of good potholes did them in.

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Those ears that attach to the stock axle tab are cast. I snapped them off in first 2 weeks of installation. Not even off-road. A couple of good potholes did them in.

Bob K.
Good to know, I was wondering about those while reading the directions. I don't know if I should go with something like the JKS that uses the factory tabs on the axle. I wheel mine about every weekend.
 

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I went with JKS after I broke mine. I love everything about Rubicon Express lift with that one exception. You cannot get that part either. I asked about it and was told to by another kit.

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I have them and have had no problems but bending one of them got ahold of the 4 wheel parts and they sent me out a new one the next day, (I jest forgot to undue them when I went out wheeling the first time after my lift got put on.)
 

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Thanks for the input guys. I wheel quite a bit and do some fire roads where the sway bars will probably stay attached. So since that is the case, I am going to return them and get the JKS units.
 
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