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Old 05-10-2009
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94 stock Axle question

ok so this maybe dumb but is the 94 ranger axles pretty strong i mean would it be worth gettin a locker in the rear and keep the front axle as it is or should i upgrade to like a D60? just thinkin right now but i was hopin for input
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Old 05-11-2009
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Sas it and get a 9 inch if you want strength lol. But if you want a stronger rear axle get a expo 8.8 31 spline and you will be good as gold. If your gonna beat the **** outta it and never want to have to worry about anything get a 9 inch.
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i have an 31 spine 8.8 in the rear you should be fine with a locker you dont really need a 9 inch unless your really beating on it every weekend and its a pure trail truck. plus with the exploder axle you get rear disc breaks.

If you have any questions about the exploder axle install pm me or something.
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