The Axle Rebuilders at St. Louis' Axleboy Off-Road install an ARB air Locking differential into a Toyota 8" drop out.
Due to the success of our February JK Regear special we are extending the offer through April 30, 2011! Take advantage of this special and regain your performance, fuel economy and towing.
Axle Boy Enterprises has experience remanufacturing axles, transmissions, transfer cases, and many more powertrain components that are used in automotive and light truck, heavy duty truck, transit, off-highway, military and specialty vehicles. Axle Boy's Industrial Powertrain division currently remanfactures automotive, light truck, offhighway, and airport ground service axles. The quality process involves inspection, cleaning, renewing bearings, seals and wear items, refinishing, Dyno testing and prepping for vehicle install.
TJ and JK regear special back by popular demand. Most JK Rubicons, $1150+tax, Most TJ's $1050+tax. I have attached the flyer in both .pdf and jpeg. for you to download. This special is only around untill March, so take advantage of the great specials now!
This 60's mustang rear axle gets overhauled with Yukon ring and pinion, Duragrip, and overhaul package.
Axle Boy has fully trained and equipped four wheel drive specialist that use the latest techniques and equipment to accurately and effectively diagnose siuations like this failed control module in a Ford Explorer. This vehicle also received an overhaul to the rear 8.8 IRS axle and limited slip assembly.
This Toyota 4-Runner from St. Peters Missouri picked out an ARB air locking differential to install into his rear Toyota housing in his 2000 Toyota 4Runner. Axle Boy Offroad Performance Technician Brian performs a diagnostic dissasembly, and installs the air locker with a Yukon Gear ring and pinion and Master install package. The gear pattern is checked and the drop out is reinstalled into the vehicle. The ARB minicompressor is installed underhood for a relable yet compact air source. The dash pictures show the future location of the control switches. ARB explains in the following video.