ALLOY USA hands down. strong, quick service and great warranty. fawk superior:flipoff2:
I run Superior axles.. The outers have rolled splines. The inners are cut. I don't see why the warranty would be "questionable" for cut splines since that is the way they come from them. I would think Superior axles are stronger than Alloy USA since they are still made in the USA... Yukon and Alloy USA are made in India. Jack at CTM makes a nice axle too, but more expensive.Wat are the best aftermarket dana 60 axle shafts?? Ialready have CTM U Joints so the CV's are out. Are superiors the best? i can only get them with cut splines not rolled. I had them ordered once and waited 7 months with still no axles so i canceled the order. I was told if i went with cut splines i could have them in a couple weeks but the warranty was questionable. I talked to a USA Alloy guy and he told me they had 10 year no questions asked warranty and they were just as good as superiors. Is this true what experiences have you guys had with aftermarket 60 shafts?
Doug, That is a great price and you have great service....We Are An Alloy Usa Dealer And Are Currently Cutting And Splining Alloy Usa Dana 60 Shafts To Any Custom Lenght And Stock Lenghts.
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I'd sure like someone to explain to me why so many people think that foreign metal is so inferior to American metal . . .I would think Superior axles are stronger than Alloy USA since they are still made in the USA... Yukon and Alloy USA are made in India. >>>>>>>>>
I really doubt the Alloy USA axles are, "as good as Superiors" when they're made in India.
I would not make the comparison using Dodge Colt. Not a good example of quality American made car. I believe QC is Japan is better than India.. They have been doing this longer.....I'd sure like someone to explain to me why so many people think that foreign metal is so inferior to American metal . . .
If a company like Alloy USA oversees the production of their products in India like they do, don't you think they could turn out product with just as high quality as any american company?
When was the last time you actually looked at an American economy car next to a foreign economy car and thought "I sure want one of those Dodge Colts rather than a Toyota tercel!"?
Anyway, I think that Superior and Alloy have a very similar product seeing as how Ron, who helped found Superior many years ago, Started Alloy USA. He is using many of the same ideas and stepping up customer service the way I see it.