Scott Huntsman fixes a broken front housing on a 2010 Jeep Rubicon in this week’s “What’s New.” Unfortunately, it was a tough day on the trail for someone, but their misfortune could be the catalyst for an upgrade on your own ride. The fine gentlemen at Tunex of South Jordan install a Spicer Parts Ultimate Dana 44 Axle Assembly, a front axle upgrade that offers many of the features offroaders are looking for in a bolt-in solution. This axle assembly kit comes with a chromoly hardened shafts, Eaton e-locker and factory harness connection included, which makes it a fantastic plug and play option. Plus, one of the updates on this kit is an increased pinion angle without sacrificing castor angle. Scott also uses TeraFlex ball joints and installs new Moog wheel bearings to complete this rugged, robust but road-friendly upgrade. Catch the Tunex crew and your favorite automotive expert this weekend!