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RWKHausSupply
August 19th, 2009, 16:25
Anyone here interested in a set?

If we can get a yes from 4 (MAYBE 3) people I can get you some great pricing. 30% off I think all across the board.

Thats about 785 for a JK set or 700-725$ a set for XJ/TJ sets.

These are lifetime warranty thru out! You will never break one they say. And its very possible you wont either!

Posting here cause i dont want to deal with people in different states, to much logistics.

Robert
RWK Haus Supply

squirrel80
August 19th, 2009, 18:11
Tempting. I need to break one of mine first to make it cost effective. These are definately on my list of upgrades.

scottmcneal
August 19th, 2009, 18:42
Tempting. I need to break one of mine first to make it cost effective. These are definately on my list of upgrades.

Jeff, SAW ZAW..the end

Paul Airhart
August 20th, 2009, 05:37
Or a day up at Scott's.

Jump This
August 20th, 2009, 05:57
What the hell is a RCV CV axle kit?

GrimmJeeper
August 20th, 2009, 06:38
What the hell is a RCV CV axle kit?

http://tinyurl.com/l9q4j4
:D

RWKHausSupply
August 20th, 2009, 07:26
Well first and formost they are a complete inner and outer with CV instead of Ujoint axle kit. But the CV is is shown to be just as strong as Jacks (CTM) strongest ujoint when you compare 760x (Dana 44/30) to this CV and the dana 60 stuff to dana 60 stuff also. Thern comes the main benifits.
NO MORE Osculating of the tires when you are even at a slight turn in the wheel. Dont know if many understand this? But with ujoints, when the tires are not perfectly straight, the tire then start to turn at different speeds. Not between each tire but take one tire, turn the wheel slightly or even worst 1/2 way to lock, and keep consistant speed from the engine. That tire will turn fast then slow then fast then slow, etc... osculate.

Thats bad cause when one tire is getting a better bite or trapped, and IF that tire side ujoint is in the wrong position and in the "fast" or up ramp of the osculation, then its getting more torque and alot more prone to breaking. CV's dont have the design flaw.

Then you get a lifetime you break it they fix it warranty.

Avail for "super" front kits also in 30spline inners..

SO thats what they are..


Oh and they are typically 985$ a set!
https://rcvperformance.com/store/catalog/images/Jeep-TJ-Axles.gif?osCsid=339707843ce5998d587095785bac9eaf

Goatman
August 20th, 2009, 08:14
Sweet!

I had only seen them for D60's, which are unbreakable, and for Toyota axles, which Longfield has been making. RCV has been making CV's for other applications, nice to see they're making them for Jeeps.

jeeperjohn
August 20th, 2009, 08:43
The best thing about these things is you can apply full power at full lock without having to worry about :explosion
If you do sand dunes at all then this is very important as if you don't make it all the way to the top of the dune you have to turn the wheel to lock and punch it to ensure you don't roll back down the dune face. I would SO be all over this if I could scrape up $750.

boostamante
August 20th, 2009, 10:43
So they come in 27 and 30 spline shafts for the dana 30's? or only in 30???

RWKHausSupply
August 20th, 2009, 10:47
both 27 and 30 for the dana 30 TJ/XJ

boostamante
August 20th, 2009, 10:54
both 27 and 30 for the dana 30 TJ/XJ

neeto! thats a friggin deal! 750 for them? damm! You da man robert.