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Old 12-20-2004, 09:04 PM   #31
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As for shafts, I am still on the wall between Warn and Moser alloys. The Warns are cheaper, but Moser is known for making stout stuff.
actually until now moser has been know for making shitty shafts in the offroad community, at least front shafts. They were called "alloy" shafts but were not much stronger than stock spicer stuff was. Now that they have the new MAX shafts out they are starting to be know a little more for good front axles, but they haven;t had the goods out for that long.
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Old 12-20-2004, 09:15 PM   #32
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actually until now moser has been know for making shitty shafts in the offroad community, at least front shafts. They were called "alloy" shafts but were not much stronger than stock spicer stuff was. Now that they have the new MAX shafts out they are starting to be know a little more for good front axles, but they haven;t had the goods out for that long.
Wow, I was unaware. I knew Chris Moser had his "Moser Dozer" that he campaigned at Top Truck Challenge. It was supposedly utilizing his shafts.

Guess I'll have to look more into their quality and warranty.

Thanks a lot for the heads up.
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the new max shafts are suppost to be better than the old shafts, as far as warn shafts ive seen tons of them broken, ive never saw a chromolly superior axle broken but plenty of superior evo series, yukon seems to be doing ok from what ive saw, ive gave these shafts hell and they are still holding up, but they only have about 10 hard runs on them. if you have the money superior chromo is the way to go.
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