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Orlandoo Hunter 55mm Complete Metal Axle Kit (35P01)

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The Orlandoo Hunter 55mm Complete Metal Axle Kit is a machined aluminum upgrade that will make your 35P01 F-150 look awesome, and improve performance by adding weight down low. The axles feature metal gears and are 90% assembled to help simplify installation.

NOTE: Requires Orlandoo Hunter Upper Link Set (OLHSA0014) for installation.

This product was added to our catalog on January 25, 2017

George Gonzalez
Average Rating: 4
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Sep 5 2017 (about a year ago)
Orlandoo Hunter 55mm Complete Metal Axle Kit (35P01)
These are awesome upgrade axles for the Orlandoo F150 OH35P01. They are a perfect fit, but require some suspension push rod length adjustments to get the correct drive shaft angle and desired wheelbase. Unfortunately, these axles have 2mm output shafts (the stock F150 axles have 3mm output shafts). This creates installation problems because these axles require center drive shafts with 3mm inner and 2mm outer drive yokes. The optional 3mm F150 steel drive shafts will not fit on these axles, and you'll be unable to complete the installation unless you order 2mm plastic center drive shaft set designed for the Jeep (PN OLHTA0017).
The small Orlandoo ball joints and axle grub screws must be secured with locktite or the will loosen for sure.
Although these axles will fit the Orlandoo Jeep with some minor adjusting, in my opinion they offer little or no advantage. They do increase weight which is a bonus, however, they are considerably wider than the stock Jeep axles, which leads to body rubbing issues and more hangups on the rocks. I have found that the Jeep just works better with the stock narrow width. Hopefully Orlando will release aluminum axles for the Jeep soon. Cheers!