Were back at Project Overlander and working on the front axle. This week I install Iron Rock Offroad’s “Almost Alloy” kit for some cheap peace of mind and a simple upgrade. These axle shafts aren’t alloys, but they’re ALMOST!
For IRO’s Almost Alloy kit, visit this link: http://www.ironrockoffroad.com/10114.html
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