+1 I have run 777 at Sand Hollow, which they call an 8 rated trail. With one winch over an obstacle. Spacer and 37s only... But more is always better.. Hence the recent shock extensions and fox's..
I like the DSTRAC 70s with 40 spine front/rear too but I'll go with 5.13, which is the strongest. You need at least 42's with those axles, why not the sticky Trep 43's? 42.9x15.3Ok..
Im getting very tempted to pull the trigger on some dstrac 70 40/40 5.86 axles.. Will aim to run 40 or 42s..
I want more grunt hence the gear ratio. I figure I can run 37s even. Basically instead of paying huge $$ to swap and upgrade to a 392 just gear up a bit.
Those will go fast. Much better than putting money into the stock axles.Ok..
On the plus side I should have a complete low mile XR suspension and axles to offset the change..
Do they have red tailgates. I need one for a2021.So.. got my $0 Paint Code White XR in Dec 21
A few weeks later some dude in a RAM shunted the back in and split the tailgate.. Lucky it was white and I got a second-hand one when I was down in AZ. Local collection. Insurance paid out an extra $1000 so I ploughed that into a Kuafu OEM style front bumper and Apex Badlands 12000lb winch.
Next was the rear bumper which got taken out on a 7 rated trail at Sand Hollow.. Plan B.
$325 from Amazon for a Clamber bumper with license relocation as well as tow hooks and rings.
Next was a cheap set of Rocktrix 17x9" 4.5BS wheels and 37" K02's these fit fine with a little rubbing at the rear only..
So next up was a 3/4 daystar spacer in the back.
At this point the front bumps became the main issue. Almost zero down flex before hard crash into the stops, so things got a little out of control and I ended up with Mopar Lift LCA's, Fox 2.0 IFP shocks and a Daystar 1.5 front spacer to deal with the heavy winch and bumper and to level it out.
I also noticed I had mashed the stock steering stabilizer. Seemed to still work somehow, but ordered a RoughCountry Dual N3 setup to also relocate it above the tie rod.