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Old February 28th, 2007, 01:42 PM   #21
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That sucks. I'll give you my mechanically perfect front axle, and I'll take your busted one off your hands. Sound good?
When I'm ready to swap in the AAM 925, we can talk.
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Old February 28th, 2007, 02:28 PM   #22
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Road life isn`t that much of an issue. More interested in the off-roadability.

Like I mentioned earlier the 33`s I had were simply awesome.
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Old February 28th, 2007, 03:14 PM   #23
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Road life isn`t that much of an issue. More interested in the off-roadability.

Like I mentioned earlier the 33`s I had were simply awesome.
If you are only concerned with offroad life why spend that kinda money on Nitto. For a tad more you could get Krawlers, and for much less you could get Iroks.

Or even the Maxxis you have now are awesome tires.

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Old February 28th, 2007, 05:42 PM   #24
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When I'm ready to swap in the AAM 925, we can talk.
Sounds good. How come you're going from the 60 to AAM? I know the AAMs are stout axles, but I don't imagine there's a whole lot of aftermarket for em.
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Old February 28th, 2007, 07:50 PM   #25
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Sounds good. How come you're going from the 60 to AAM? I know the AAMs are stout axles, but I don't imagine there's a whole lot of aftermarket for em.
There isn't (yet). But with all the new Rams and Chevy's that have them its only a matter of time. Its also HP, non-disco, and has a non-retarded brake design. I know there's a 1050 application out there somewhere and would like get one of those instead if I can find out what it is. Then I could run the 925 in the XJ.
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I'll stick with Swampers.
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anyone else have any experience running mud grapplers in snow?
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No input on the Nitto's but I had to chime in and once again recommend the Dunlop Mud Rovers. Quite a few sizes, good traction (siped) all around (I haven't had anything but Thorn-turds to compare it to), very cheap (33x12.50 15's are like $110 or something) and excellent mileage. I have about 50K (yeah, thats right fifty thousand) miles on my set and I've got about 3/8" remaining. Just my 2 cents.
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