Options for repair:
Attempt to weld hub to axle, and buy stock
bearing. Cost $80. The catch: If the hub
breaks loose, the only option for repair
would be to replace the axles, which do not
use stock bearings.
Replace both axles completely with 1-ton
axles from the junk yard. Cost $500 plus
many many many accessories for installation.
The catch: Mucho Mucho Mucho time for
installation. Positives: Super strong, never
break again axles. A wider wheelbase.
Springs would come with it to replace those
that are currently sagging. It would be just
as easy to go SOA during installation.
Install 1-Piece Axles. Cost $220. Positives:
Easiest installation. Improves strength of
very close to attempting the axles
replacement, but as the summer began to come
to a close, I realized that there would be
no way I could finish them before school
started, so I opted for the 1-piece axle kit
from tellico.com. I also ordered about $100
in seals, bearings and u-joints for the