Your Jeep's factory standard axles can see you through most situations on- and off-road, but it's not uncommon for many jeepers to start looking towards upgrades. Paths littered with rocks and debris, unsteady hills and turns, and the demands presented by larger tires and high-torque, low-gear transmission all increase the risks of damage to axle shafts. 4WheelParts.com stocks high quality Jeep axle shafts, both front and rear, to meet your needs for any model of vehicle and axle. Pick up your replacements before you hit the trail again.
Finding the Right Axle Upgrade
Axle shafts are often made of either carbon steel or chrome-molybdenum steel (chromoly); the latter is an alloy that, compared to carbon steel, has a high strength-to-weight ratio and considerable hardness. That durability is vital when off-roading, with all the forces that your axles are subject to. In our inventory, you'll Jeep JK chromoly axle shafts from a variety of trusted manufacturers - G2 Axle and Gear, Dana Spicer, Crown Automotive and more - as well as standard carbon steel options. The selection includes a variety of common axle models, allowing you to find the best fit for your vehicle.
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A good axle shaft doesn't have to cost a fortune. At 4WheelParts.com, we believe in making high-quality Jeep parts as accessible as possible, and this drives both our selection of products and the low prices we list them at. Every listing is backed by our personal best price guarantee, meaning that we'll match any competitor's price within up to 90 days of your purchase. You can also find clearance specials, free shipping for marked items within orders $75 and up, and even an easy returns policy should the part you purchased not quite fit. Save yourself time and money shopping for new axle shafts - place your order with us today.Helpful Drivetrain & Differential Articles
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