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Hi all, I'm new here and have a question. What do you think is the best u-joint.
 

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It depends on what you do with your bronco, if its a daily driver you want something greaseable, if you do a lot of off roading the grease fitting can become a weak point and do in your U- Joint.
 

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yup CTMS are the best but costly, if cash is tight get a spicer and carry a couple spares on the trail with you
 

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axle shafts = CTM's

Driveshafts = Spicer non servicable.



everything else is junk.

If you need to run 4wd alot onroad your only option is to use spicer joints as the CTM's will probably wear out fairly quickly.
 

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jopes said:
axle shafts = CTM's

Driveshafts = Spicer non servicable.



everything else is junk.

If you need to run 4wd alot onroad your only option is to use spicer joints as the CTM's will probably wear out fairly quickly.
you ok? :shrug
 

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que?
 

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definitly CTM's if you have the cash :thumbup ... just be ready to have a higher likelyhood of snapping an axleshaft instead of a u joint if they are stock.

A standerd u joint can act as a "fuse" in some instances as it will break before the shaft will break.. therefore saving you a little work overall. If you have u joints stronger than the shaft , then ...... get the picture?
 

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Damager,
Was'nt it you that was trying out some other kinda u-joints.....Rocksomethings??? How did they work out?? Fog
 
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