Ok, so here's the situation guys. As my profile shows... Im running some 39.5x18 boggers with a 14B FF in the rear and a stock 8-lug 30 spline 10B in the front. I got the truck ready to wheel recently, and I went for a little run at Pismo. I was backing up a dune (with all the weight of the truck on the front) and I blew up the u-joint on the front right axle shaft (naturally) along with the ends of the shafts themselves. Ok, so heres the dilemma. I could... a.) Replace the axle shafts with stronger cro-molly versions (around $600.00 or so?). This is after I spend the money to convert my carrier to a 28 spline, because no one makes an aftermarket shaft in a 30 spline. Not to mention I'm still going to have to be very careful, considering I blew something up on the 10-bolt on only my second real outting. OR b.) A place in my area has an entirely rebuilt Dana 60 (all new bearings, seals, etc.) complete and ready to go with my ratio (4.56) for $1650.00. They claim it will bolt right into my '89. I could spend the extra thousand and never have to worry. WHAT DOES EVERYONE THINK? I know if I valued any advice at all, it would come from you guys.