I have a 2009 200 series lc. OME 2 inch lift. I have busted my front right axle (in the cv) twice. Both times in very very mild conditions. Once in my front yard stuck in 2 feet of snow and once in the mountains on a dirt road covered in 12 inches of snow. Both times with the center diff lock engaged. There was zero resistance in the tires. basically free spinning when the axles broke. No wheel or vehicle hop or anything. The only thing i can figure is the VSC sensed the front right tire spinning and activated the brake and busted the axle. I have busted axles in Moab after vehicle hop or having a spinning tire grip suddenly (in other 4x4's) but i have never seen or heard of an axle breaking so easy and from VSC. I know it should never brake hard enough to cause this but there is no other explanation. there was zero resistance on the tire. the second time my axle broke it actually cracked the cross member where the axle is bolted. A tremendous amount of torque obviously was sent thru the wheel. Any one else ever experience the same? I am thinking of installing front and year arb's but with out being able to deactivate the VSC what happens when all 4 tires spin? Does it cut power and brake all four tires? Its ridiculous you cant disable VSC in an off road vehicle!!!!