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How long is a piece of string?? You should safely be able to run either simex or boggers of those sizes without problems however it depends a lot on your driving style and how heavy your right foot, the ground conditions etc.

Out of interest why did you just buy lockers and shafts and stuff??

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How long is a piece of string?? You should safely be able to run either simex or boggers of those sizes without problems however it depends a lot on your driving style and how heavy your right foot, the ground conditions etc.

Out of interest why did you just buy lockers and shafts and stuff??

killed my front diff so i thought i might as well replace with lockers as it only gets used for off roading

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I don't know, I guess it would depend on terrain, driving style and type of tyres.

If its just a set of A/T's used on grass then its a lot less stress than some huge boggers being used for rock crawling.

In the US were they like to run lockers and there's a lot of rock crawling, I think 35" is about as big as they go with Rover axles, no matter whats been done to them.

In the UK on mud and ruts I dare say you'd get away with a bit bigger.

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