Monthly Archives: November 2018
Posted: November 30, 2018|Introducing the Ultimate CV Axles for Jeep Wrangler JL & JL RubiconThe RCV Performance Ultimate CV Axles for Jeep JL Rubicon Dana 44 provide unmatched strength and smoothness you can feel. The RCVs simply replace your OEM Jeep JL axle shafts with a high-strength constant velocity design. Our CVs eliminate oscillation and "crow hop" caused by the uneven power delivery of a u-joint axle. The RCV CVs provide 6 points of fully-engaged contact throughout any angle up to 45 degrees, providing 100% strength even when the steering is turned to lock.The RCV Jeep JL CV for Dana 44 is 18% larger than our previous Dana 44 design and uses our same Dana 60 architecture. Tests prove our axles to be twice as strong as OEM. Even with big tires and big power there are no worries. RCV Performance Ultimate CV Axles are low maintenance and operate with a smoothness you can feel - whether off-road or on the street. All backed with a Lifetime Warranty against breakage up to a 43" tire.RCV axles are a direct OEM replacement, retaining the Jeep's "Front Axle Disconnect" module and retains full functionality of the FAD system. No warning lights, and no further modifications needed.
Posted: November 16, 2018|
ROCKFORD, IL. (November 16, 2018) – RCV Performance increases warranty of UTV Pro Series axles to 1 year. RCV has been a leader in the UTV Racing industry for several years now. Working with many of the top drivers across several different segments of UTV racing, we have been able to gain knowledge which has led us to refine our products for the best possible performance and reliability.
The Pro Series axle is designed to suit the needs of different applications and conditions from trail riding to desert racing. Tests prove our Pro Series axles to be 2 times stronger than the OEM shafts. Direct OEM fit replacement for most Polaris and Can-am models. 100% manufactured and assembled in the USA.
RCV will warranty any mechanical failure of the product for up to 1 year of the original purchase. Failure is defined as physical break of metal parts. Warranty does not cover the willful destruction of product. All claims are subject to review.