When I was first learning about changing the sheave (before I found out about JBS) I started doing some reading and researching on sheaves and the first name I heard of was EPI. So I started reading some customer reviews, watching their YouTube videos and reading on different forums as to how they perform and everybody that had them, had good things to say about them. From what I read that it's about the same as the Hunterworks sheave, although their customer service was better than HW. And if you keep on reading you'll see for yourself why James started JBS and why he has the best sheave on the market. But do the research for yourself, that way you can make the decision yourself based on what you read and learned and not just the fact that we are all running JBS Extreme Sheaves. In the log run that is the only way you will be happy with your decision and not always having that little voice in your head saying "I wonder if that other sheave would have been better", because you already know the answer.
Good luck and let us know what you decide,
thanks guys, it wasn't a big deal. Had a mass form on my abdominal wall in between my stomach muscles and skin. They went in to remove it and it was still infected after two weeks of antibiotics so they has to cut the whole area out. Instead of stitches I have a hole about the size of a golf ball that has to heal from the inside out. They sent it out to figure out what caused it and why they couldn't kill the infection prior to surgery. Good news is that it wasn't cancerous. We changed the packing yesterday for the first time and I about shit when I saw the size and depth of the hole in me! Kind of freaky having an open hole in you for sure!!
No problem. The reason that I ask is because the local offroad shop here recommended EPI and he hasn't really worked with jbs to put any input in for it. I know all of you guys love it but since the EPI was over half the cost jbs it was worth asking about.