To replace or not to replace? I\'m rambling! I seriously concidered selling old Dollar. I want a mog bad but reality is the one I would be happy with is even less practical to Dolla and near worthless on the trails around here. It;s the Big mogs that tickle my fancy. The ones that would make a good trail vehicle are not good road vehicles. SO I would have to trailer to most where I would only trailer to a few with Dollar. I have a few complaints with Dollar that got me thinking about selling. I need to adress these. 1: First is my rear axle has issues. I have destroyed bearing surfaces on 4 axle shafts on the 12 bolt. I think it's a issue with the Detroit and 35's putting stress on the bearings. Aloy shafts may fix this issue. 2: I'm rolling beads so I need to get bead lock rims. 3: Stalling nose up. If I can cure these issues I will be happy again. Well if I concider problems 1 and 2 together a 14 bolt is starting to sound like a good idea. I did know where a van 14 was with gears matching my front. If thats still available I'm starting to like it. Sell my detroit amd 4.10 12 bolt rear and my 15 inch rimed 35's and rock crawlers. Step up to some hummer rims possibly recenterd or see if Stazworks has released a double bead lock 15. Or any of the other varaition. My stall problem plays into this. My stall issue has a couple solutions. I have a mostly complet TBI system sitting on the work bench. Recently I had another option. rear it's head in the form of a totaled 6.2 powered burb. All the parts I need to convert. Problem is getting rid of the tub. It's also going to cost me more in fuel to go get then I am getting this for. I am starting to warm towards the 6.2 with these gas prices. 22mpg trail rig sounds sexy! A Deisel 3/4 ton 75 Roadster.....Hmmmmm could be fun!