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  1. Lonewolf

    Looking for rear Antirock opinions

    Im in the process of re doing the rear end on my jeep with a dana 44 with new brackets and I am thinking about upgrading to a rear antirock. I just wanted to hear other peoples opinions on if it was worth it or not? Is there any measurable gain over stock? I have a short arm lift lift with 3.5...
  2. Lonewolf

    SOLD Complete axle setup

    Dana 30- Revolution 4.88 gears, detroit trutrak , 4340 chromoly axles ,spicer ball joints, Currie mini skids,solid diff cover Dana 35 Revolution 4.88 gears, 30 spline Detroit locker, super 35 chromoly shafts, new bearings and seals both axles are complete and can be swapped right into your...
  3. Lonewolf

    SOLD 3.5 inch lift

    3.5 inch lift for Jeep TJ 3.5 inch lift Rock Krawler coils Rubicon express super flex adjustable control arms Super flex front track bar Front Track bar drop bracket Rear track bar lift bracket-straight and curved Asking $400400 obo
  4. Lonewolf

    Dana 44 axle shafts

    Ive been building a Dana 44 to swap out my super 35 setup and was Getting ready to install the axle shafts and found that one of the shafts had twisted the splines so I was going to buy some new shafts from Revolution but I’m not sure which to get, im pretty sure it’s not a stock TJ 44...
  5. Lonewolf

    SOLD Rockhard 4x4 rear bumper, tire carrier, and rack

    Rockhard 4x4 rear bumper with all accessories, also includes a gas can mount. tire, light and hi lift not included asking 650 obo
  6. Lonewolf

    Unknown coil springs

    I got these springs with a parts Jeep I bought and I’m trying to figure out what they are, I’m thinking they might be JKS because they look like dual rate. The only markings on them is the fronts say 214 and the rears say 216 and the fronts measure about 18 3/4 anyone have any ideas?
  7. Lonewolf

    Strawberry Pass

    I had a buddy with a stock JKU tell me he wanted to try out this four wheeling thing. He decided he wanted to do a trail instead of a park so I took him over Strawberry pass. This trail runs 12 miles between highway 50 in Kyburz to highway 88 above Kirkwood. It goes from 5600 feet to 8700 feet...
  8. Lonewolf

    Boxing in lower control arm mount

    I wanted to strengthen the lower control arm mounts and was wondering if I can just use a piece of 3/16 plate and weld it in and leave about a 1/2 inch from the lca. Or should I wait and order the Currie mini skids , does the extra length and offset on the Currie skids make a difference? Or...
  9. Lonewolf

    Deer valley trail

    Went up this weekend and ran the Deer Valley trail. We staged and camped at Lower blue lakes and the trail entrance is in the campground. The trail is a blast, it has a little bit of everything between water crossings , rocks and a little mud. It goes between 7000 and 8200 feet and has some...
  10. Lonewolf

    Wheel stud vs grade 8 bolt

    First and foremost, let me start by introducing myself. My name is Chris and along with being a successful web designer I am also a huge Jeep Wrangler enthusiast. Many of you would probably ask, "Why would you create a forum for Wrangler owners when there's already several out there?". Good...
  11. Lonewolf

    Transfer case skid question

    When I purchased my Jeep it already had a slip yoke eliminator and a cv driveshaft installed but it also had these transfercase drop pucks My question is can I remove then and adjust my control arms to get the correct pinion angle? Or is there something else that I’m missing or needs to be...
  12. Lonewolf

    Dana 35 27 spline Eaton Detroit true trac

    I have a extremely low mile Detroit Truetrac. I had it professionally installed at 4 wheel drive specialties in Concord on march 1 along with new gearing. I have driven about 600 miles or less as my commute to work is only 3 miles a day. It has not been offroad only street driven because I was...
  13. Lonewolf

    Broken axle shaft

    So I wish I had a story about being out somewhere like Moab or Rubicon and breaking a axleshaft doing something stupid. But I don’t so here it is . After regearing and installing true tracs I knew I would need chromoly shafts to stand up to 35s so I ordered a set of 4340 chromoly shafts from...
  14. Lonewolf

    Lonewolf's 1998 Jeep Wrangler Sport

    I’m new to the forum but not new to Jeeps I owned a 1974 CJ5 for about 7 years . I tinkered on it here and there and had a lot of fun with it exploring the sierras and daily driving it to and from work when it wasn’t raining too bad But as the family grew I knew I needed something that was...