Finally, it’s time to put the steering knuckle, axleshafts, and brakes back in place. Assembly is simply the reverse of the disassembly outlined earlier. See the sidebar for a list of torque specs. Make sure that you grease your new ball joints before you hit the road. The Synergy joints come with new castle nuts and cotter pins. Between the Synergy axle upgrades and the RCV axleshafts we added previously, this Dana 44 front axle should be able to handle all but the most abusive off-roading with 35-inch tires. Best of all, we were able to make modifications over the course of a weekend and drive the Jeep to work Monday morning.