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I bought a set just to try them out. Months ago. They have had em for a long time now.



But I haven't even installed em yet let alone swapped in my solid D44.

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I think I got pics in my supermotors comparing them to stock.
 

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I was just wondering how they compare to the spicers Im running now. They
are a few bucks more.
 

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these joints were recently under discussion with other alloy joints here:

http://www.fullsizebronco.com/forum/showthread.php?t=128343

I don't really see the upgrade personally. Yes, they are made of a nice strong alloy compared to a spicer cold forged 760x, but they still use a roller bearing, and unless you clearance your axleshaft yokes for full circle C clips I believe you still have a weak point in the bearings and C clip retention, regardless of the alloy used.

They aren't much more than the spicers so you can try them, but they are no where near worth comparing to a CTM, longfield or Yukon joint.
 

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Ah, I see, thanks. I saw the start of that thread but as soon as I saw
longfield I thought Toyota and didnt read it. It really should be retitled
aftermarket D44 ujoints for future searches or a new thread or sticky
should be started with a searchable title on this topic with links to all the
aftermarket hardened ujoints for the D44.
 
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