There is no reason not to run the toy axle, I do so in my cj trailer for the spare parts factor. With Toy axles it's even easier to trail fix, you blow the ring gear and you can swap the entire 3rd member in no time. Just make sure they are the same ratio. If your 30 miles out in the back country and break I'd rather leave the trailer out there and fetch parts for it than the Jeep and have to walk out. I have hauled 1250 LBS of trash off the trails, durning trail cleans and it never gave me any troubles with the diff hanging down.
If johny law forces you to buy a 6 lug trailer axle, they are available every where.
Last edited by highlandercj-7; 09-08-2007 at 12:05 AM.
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