Axleboy's V.P. Ryan takes his custom tube buggy out for another shakedown run. The fuel injected Chevy powerplant coupled to Toyota axles weighs in at just over 2300 lbs, giving it a competetive advantage on the rocks. PSC full hyrdraulic steering turns the Toyota axles smoothly. The Yukon Zip locker is couple to 30 spline Longfield shafts. Overall the rig is pretty much point and shoot, and stays glued to the side hills.
St. Charles, Missouri 4x4 Axle Specialist, Axleboy Off-Road reseals the front Dana 44 on this beautiful 1978/1980's Hybrid Chevy 4x4 truck.
Axleboy Off-Road, cultivating your passion for 4x4 and Off-Road.
AEV 10-Gallon Fuel Caddy
AEV is pleased to announce its new 10-Gallon Fuel Caddy fuel storage system for use with AEV's Rear Tire Carrier. This new product takes full advantage of the unused space both inside the wheel of the spare tire and just behind it. The result is 10.2 gallons of secure and nearly invisible fuel storage. The Fuel Caddy also includes these great features:
1) Tough cross-link polyethylene construction. The same material as many factory fuel tanks and whitewater kayaks.
We love working on this 67 Jeepster Commando. This is the coolest old school rig! Simply beautiful, finding parts can be an issue, but working with obsolete Jeep Branded items is one of our specialties.
Missouri Skyjacker dealer, Axle Boy Performance Offroad, installed a Skyjacker 4" suspension lift on this Chevy Colorado. This suspension lift was a good fit, and drove like a dream. The lift gave it the perfect height, and the 4.5" backspacing on the wheels gave it an ideal stance.
This brand new JK made the journey up from Springfield, MO to have St. Louis' authorized Teraflex Suspension dealer install and setup a 6" long arm kit. While apart, the vehicle was regeared to 5.13's with Yukon Ring and Pinions, and Timken Bearings. The Rubi was then tweeked with a new programmer.
This St. Louis, MO JK Rubicon gets a Dynatrac Pro Rock 44, RCV Performance axles, Prosteer Ball Joints, and Yukon 5.38 Gears. Those looking for a real solution to your front axle issues in a JK, here is the best option currently available. I have downloaded the information brochure on the Dynatrac products, feel free to download.
This TJ from IL gets a Teraflex Enduro LCG suspension kit. The Enduro system gives affordable long arm performance and ride quality while keeping the cost in check. The nice thing about the Enduro is that it is upgradable, you can move towards a PRO or MAX LCG without wasting too many parts. This progressive design gives an entry level approach without "painting yourself into a corner". RTI test indicate 37" under front wheel and the remaining three remain solid on the ground. Step up to the next level of stability! I have included the 2010 Teraflex product guide .pdf, feel free to download.