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Old 01-16-2009, 04:34 PM   #1
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As said above, that the OP has a Sport is no indication it has a Dana 44 or a Dana 35c... the Dana 44 was an option, not a standard thing. The only two models of Wranglers that always come standard with a Dana 44 is the Unlimited and Rubicon.

The first axle is a Dana 35c, it has the oval cover. The second axle with the stopsign-shaped cover is a Dana 44.

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I have a jeep wrangler sport 1999. It has a 3.73 rear gear ratio. How can I tell if I have an open or lock differential with the differential out of the jeep.

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You have the carrier out of the diff?

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