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Re: d44 with ctm joints
You really have to run the alloys with the CTMs.
You need to have a strong yoke for the Joint, and it needs to ba able to use full circle clips. If the stock shafts and stubs are used, they will just flex under the load, and something will let go. The strength lies in the combination of strong non flexing yokes, with extremely strong, well secured Joints. Take away any one of the strong components and your right back to where you started.
(sensibly altered for occasional off road use)
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