I wanted to get some opinions on a issue I'm having. I have been blowing up rear axles in my golf cart err race utv and I think it is because of the design of the axle. Most all setups the CV joint handles the plunge, on this car the axle plunges. I know this has been tried in the past on sand cars, and the last I remember it being tested in racing was 10 years ago by either Mckenzies or Pro-Am and it failed if I remember correctly. I have included a picture of the latest generation axle and I'm wondering if I'm wasting my time with these and should just spend the $ on the more expensive option that uses dual plunging cv's? dual plunging CV The issues I'm currently having is the axle is pulling out of the cv joints both inner and outer, I have limit straps on a will be going with a shorter strap and I will be replacing the shock shaft bumps stops with either the King or Eibach as the Fox ones are supper soft and fully compress flat. I do have to wonder if the torsional load on the axle is causing the binding and causing the axle to pull apart from the CV?