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Old October 8th, 2013, 11:11 AM   #1
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Anyone ever use them? Upgrading my Dana 60 from a 32 spline to a 35 Spline and was seeing if they are a good upgrade or should I stick with Moser custom axles...
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I bought a set for my 8.25
Snapped both of them.
Put back in my stock ones which to date have not snapped. Weird right?
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I have Moser inners and Yukon outers. Both still going strong.

By the way, this should be in the tech section.
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Old October 8th, 2013, 11:27 AM   #4
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Anyone ever use them? Upgrading my Dana 60 from a 32 spline to a 35 Spline and was seeing if they are a good upgrade or should I stick with Moser custom axles...
We sell piles of them. I run them in my stuff and handle all the warranty claims. You can't beat the Yukon limited lifetime warranty.

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Limited Lifetime warranty covering manufacturing defects and axle breakage for as long as you own the vehicle. This warranty is not transferable to another party. “No Questions Asked” replacement for first warranty return, however, Yukon reserves the right to either replace axle or refund original purchase price after the first warranty claim. Yukon (through Randy’s Ring & Pinion) makes final determination on warranty considerations.

edit: I forgot to specify that only the Yukon 4340 Chromoly axles have the lifetime warranty
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I have Moser inners and Yukon outers. Both still going strong.

By the way, this should be in the tech section.
Sorry thought I was in the tech section...

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Run them in my 8.25 behind my stroker, haven't had an issue in 15k miles.
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Run them in my 8.25 behind my stroker, haven't had an issue in 15k miles.
I have .1 more liters than yours so that might be why I snapped mine
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I have .1 more liters than yours so that might be why I snapped mine
I would think it's because your Asian. We all know how Asians drive.
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