Be honest. As much as you love your Jeep or truck you love it a lot more when you ditch the factory parts for much better mods and upgrades. Drivers are quick to make these changes to fine-tune the look of their 4X4, but it's the upgrades to performance that are most telling. This is the case with Alloy USA Axle Upgrade Kits, providing drivers with the parts and tools they need to upgrade to stronger material and larger splines and removing weak points in the factory axle.
Tough love on a 4X4 via the terrain you run them through will take a toll on those factory axles and after a while they will weaken and break. You know the axle is about to go out when turns are followed by a grinding or clicking sound. When one axle breaks the car is technically drivable, but this is not recommended. If two axles break you can lose control of the truck around a bend or stop dead in the middle of a busy highway.
Price and Quality Guarantee
Most of our Alloy USA products are covered by warranties of up to ten years, so you can buy with confidence. We also provide a low-price match guarantee at 4 Wheel Parts, so you always get the best value for your money. In addition to this, qualifying purchases are eligible for a 5% rebate when you spend $149.99 or more on products made by Alloy USA at our store, so start picking up those parts you need for your axle upgrade today!
Alloy USA has been in the market for more than three decades and specializes in not just Jeeps, GM, Ford and Dodge trucks, but also Chevy muscle cars and the well-loved Mustang. Needless to say, they know their way around sports vehicles, whether you're looking for speed, strength or both.Helpful Drivetrain & Differential Articles
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