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SEATTLE (October 27, 2016) Yukon Gear & Axle, the performance off-road and racing industry’s leading aftermarket provider of key differential parts and accessories, today announced it will be debuting the company’s first-ever driveshafts for Jeeps and off-road vehicles, an all-new Off-Road Recovery Kit, and a series of new Dura Grip positraction products to extend the line. Showgoers are encouraged to stop by the RANDYS Worldwide booth at SEMA (Booth #20145) to get a closer look at Yukon’s new products.

Yukon Gear & Axle is widely recognized in the off-road and racing communities for delivering the very best in hard core performance products. Whether for recreational off-roading or taking on the King of Hammers, Yukon delivers with the highest in quality parts. For the 2016 SEMA Show, Yukon is proud to debut its all-new hardcore high-quality driveshafts. Yukon will be showcasing its driveshafts both in their booth and also in the SEMA LTAA booth (#34183), where the first vehicle fitment is on a classic 1975 Ford Bronco.

Yukon Gear & Axle Hardcore Driveshafts

Yukon Gear & Axle now offers the off-roader with the complete solution for performance parts. From axle shafts and Hardcore Locking Hubs, to Zip Lockers and differentials, Yukon now offers the complete solution that connects your vehicle from front to rear. Yukon driveshafts are a high quality, ready-to-install option on any off-road vehicle. Yukon driveshafts are Made in the USA and can be custom made to fit your specific vehicle need.

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Yukon Hardcore Driveshafts Overview

  • Fits 2007-2016 Jeep JK front and rear
    • Rubicon and non-Rubicon
    • 2 door and 4 door
  • 1310 and 1350 U/joint sizes
  • 2 inch x 0.120 inch DOM front driveshafts
  • 2/3 inch x 0.083 inch DOM rear driveshafts

Yukon Gear & Axle Recovery Kit

Yukon now offers the strongest in off-road recovery gear. Off-roading doesn’t always go as planned. When trouble strikes, Yukon Recovery Gear is there to get you back on the road. The Yukon kinetic recovery rope offers the latest in towing technology to amplify the pulling power of a vehicle to safely and easily recover a stuck vehicle. The Yukon soft shackle quickly attaches to any tow point and is much stronger than comparable steel shackles made.

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Recovery Gear Overview

  • Kinetic rope is 100% double braid nylon
  • Kinetic rope stretches up to 30% for smooth pulling
  • Kinetic rope rated to over 28,000 lbs.
  • Soft shackle rated to 35,000 lbs.
  • All items available as a kit or as individual components

Yukon Gear & Axle Dura Grip®

Yukon Gear & Axle is presenting its extended line of Dura Grip® positractions to include Dana 60, Dana 70 & Dana 80. Whether it’s off-road, on the street, or at the track; traction is essential for any vehicle. The Yukon Dura Grip takes race-proven positraction designs from 60’s muscle cars and updates them with the latest manufacturing technologies for higher strength and longer life.

About RANDYS Worldwide
Established in 1982 and based in Everett, Washington, RANDYS Worldwide is the largest distributor of aftermarket differential parts for cars, SUVs and light duty trucks. RANDYS core business is focused on the distribution and manufacturing of these parts through three major company channels: RANDYS Worldwide, Yukon Gear & Axle®,USA Standard Gear®. To learn more about RANDYS Worldwide, please visit their website at www.randyswordwide.com?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss.

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