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Old 04-29-2013, 11:20 PM   #1
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Stock 07 JK 4.10 gearing with Dana 35

I have stock 4:10 gearing with a stock dana35. Just wanted to see if I install an RE 3.5" lift with 35's if I will need to regear? Any one running the same stock gearing in an 07 with 35's?

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Old 05-03-2013, 12:39 AM   #2
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I have stock 4:10 gearing with a stock dana35. Just wanted to see if I install an RE 3.5" lift with 35's if I will need to regear? Any one running the same stock gearing in an 07 with 35's?

I guess no one has an answer or is running the same set up

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Old 05-03-2013, 12:50 AM   #3
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If you run 35s on a Dana 35, be careful and don't take it off road, because it may leave you stranded.
The Dana 35 is designed for no bigger than 31s for off highway and do not lock the rear diff. 33s may live if you are easy on the throttle.
There is a Dana 35S super kit that you can install, that will handle 35s.
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Old 05-03-2013, 09:15 AM   #4
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If you run 35s on a Dana 35, be careful and don't take it off road, because it may leave you stranded.
The Dana 35 is designed for no bigger than 31s for off highway and do not lock the rear diff. 33s may live if you are easy on the throttle.
There is a Dana 35S super kit that you can install, that will handle 35s.
Thanks for your input!
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Are you sure you have a Dana 35? I've never actually seen one in person on a JK. They are extremely rare and I've only seen them online. Either way 35's and 4.10 will be sluggish but it will be tolerable especially if its a 6speed
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Old 05-03-2013, 11:40 AM   #6
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You have a d30 unless you put in another axle, I wheel with my 35s on a stock d30. But I am deffinetly upgrading the axle with shafts, truss and sleeves. I also have 3.73 gears and its fine. Do you have a rubicon?
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You have a d30 unless you put in another axle, I wheel with my 35s on a stock d30. But I am deffinetly upgrading the axle with shafts, truss and sleeves. I also have 3.73 gears and its fine. Do you have a rubicon?
A very small amount of 07s came with d35s
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You have a d30 unless you put in another axle, I wheel with my 35s on a stock d30. But I am deffinetly upgrading the axle with shafts, truss and sleeves. I also have 3.73 gears and its fine. Do you have a rubicon?

Called jeep.com and gave them my VIN. They told me I had 4:10 gearing with a Dana 35 Rear end. 07' JK X 2dr
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I had a Dana 35 in the rear of my TJ with 33 inch tires and had ongoing axle failures.
As soon as I would do some rock crawling and the rear would start to bounce, I would break a axle.
I had the Dana 35 Super Kit installed and never had another problem. That kit also included a Detroit Locker!
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I had a Dana 35 in the rear of my TJ with 33 inch tires and had ongoing axle failures.
As soon as I would do some rock crawling and the rear would start to bounce, I would break a axle.
I had the Dana 35 Super Kit installed and never had another problem. That kit also included a Detroit Locker!

If you dont mind me asking how much with or without nstallation?
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If you dont mind me asking how much with or without nstallation?

"nstallation" is a new abbreviation by the way
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If you dont mind me asking how much with or without nstallation?
O.K., I just looked at my receipt and paid $1,395.00 for the kit and $375.00 labor.
This was a couple of years ago so it maybe more today.
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O.K., I just looked at my receipt and paid $1,395.00 for the kit and $375.00 labor.
This was a couple of years ago so it maybe more today.
Good Luck!

Nice! thank you
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I think you will need a regear, unless you are okay with sluggish acceleration. I have a 2012 with 4.10 and 35s. It drives fine but I notice the power loss in the mountains. With significantly lower horsepower and torque, I can't see how I could bear it going uphill or offroad.

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