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Old 02-01-2013, 04:52 PM   #1
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Question what is the differance between the dana 35 c-clip and the dana 35 IFS

i want to buy a kit for my axel but not sure what i have its a 2001 wrangler sport

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All Wranglers use the c-clip design when the rear axle is a Dana 35c. Thankfully, no Wrangler TJs use IFS axles.

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Old 02-01-2013, 05:03 PM   #3
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All Wranglers use the c-clip design when the rear axle is a Dana 35c. Thankfully, no Wrangler TJs use IFS axles.
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TJ with IFS..... Yikes.....
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i have a quick qustion im to going to do a bearing rebuild and i want to know if i bought the right gear oil i bought valvoline high proformance 80w-90 gear oil is this any good
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TJ with IFS..... Yikes.....
Some where I saw on the good ol internet somewhere was a guy who had a TJ and he and was going to drop it and wanted to swap a corvette motor in it with a corvette c6 IFS front end.
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I could see a vette motor in a jeep. I seen trophy class crawlers with em and boy do they sound mean! But anyone that wants to put IFS on a jeep really needs to buy a liberty.....
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I could see a vette motor in a jeep. I seen trophy class crawlers with em and boy do they sound mean! But anyone that wants to put IFS on a jeep really needs to buy a liberty.....
Not to hijack the op's thread but I figure while we're on the subject...http://youtu.be/xJcWVfhm3Cs
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I could see a vette motor in a jeep. I seen trophy class crawlers with em and boy do they sound mean! But anyone that wants to put IFS on a jeep really needs to buy a liberty.....
The new ones look kind of sweet but I'd still take wrangler
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i have a quick qustion im to going to do a bearing rebuild and i want to know if i bought the right gear oil i bought valvoline high proformance 80w-90 gear oil is this any good
That is excellent first-tier stuff, you can trust anything that says Valvoline on the label. Drip a few drops into each bearing & spin them by hand a little before seating them so they get a good start.

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