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SLA v. TTB

Why are TTB front axle assemblies considered to be stronger than SLA, if in fact that is the case?
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they arent as strong. the reason most people go to a solid axle is for my suspension travel. you can get tons of travel out of the ttb. but you are left with a weaker axle for the same money. most people up grade to a dana 44 because it is stronger and they are easy to come by.
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