Oh man that reminded me of my adventures with mid-50's Willys Wagons that I each owned a single year. Those were originally mostly sold to forestry crews etc, so at 20 years old they were pretty thrashed. I decided the first one simply wasn't safe on the road. A severe side angle could lift the body off its rusted mounts on the high side, and I shook the radiator loose on a dirt road into Bodie, a mining ghost town a couple hundred miles from home. I always made it home but after a while I realized every hour in 4wd cost me an hour of repairs.since these roxor are basically a cj3b then another similarity is that if you get it in a bind you will either twist a rear axle shaft or more likely spin the axle in the hub. this was a good design intended to protect the much more expensive and hard to replace ring gear and pinion.