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    Front Upper Control Arm Axle Mount



    I donít remember it looking like this. Should I be concerned?


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    I just checked mine looks the same as yours so guess its normal. Did my lift a month ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillysJKJeeper View Post
    I just checked mine looks the same as yours so guess its normal. Did my lift a month ago.
    Thanks. I just never paid attention to it before.


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    There pressed in there so doubt they come out easy.
    Here a video how to replace them when the rubber bushing goes bad. Bleepin jeep vid
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NUNEnvf5JVw

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillysJKJeeper View Post
    There pressed in there so doubt they come out easy.
    Here a video how to replace them when the rubber bushing goes bad. Bleepin jeep vid
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NUNEnvf5JVw
    Love this guy. Lives just down the road from me. I do want to replace them with the Duroflex joints. Just not something too high on my priority level.

    Thanks for the vid


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    Yah same here i want the duroflex joints on there too but need to get a dana 44 first on the front and lockers and might replace the rear with dana 60 from Carbon Offroad

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillysJKJeeper View Post
    Yah same here i want the duroflex joints on there too but need to get a dana 44 first on the front and lockers and might replace the rear with dana 60 from Carbon Offroad
    Iím torn on what I should do with my axles. I really donít want to invest much more in them. I know at some point I will be upgrading to tons. The question is, how long with that be before I will get them and what will break between now and then?


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