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Old 03-23-2013, 06:02 PM   #1
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What axles are these?

I'm thinking they're Dana 44's
Or I might be completely wrong

Can anyone tell me for sure?
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Old 03-23-2013, 06:05 PM   #2
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Looks like a 44 in the rear and 30 in the front.

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Old 03-23-2013, 06:06 PM   #3
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What kind of rig are they on?
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What kind of rig are they on?
07 wrangler Sahara
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07 wrangler Sahara
D30 front and probably a D44 rear.

A handful of unfortunate 2007 JKs came with D35 rears. Otherwise every non-rubicon JK is D30 front and D44 rear.

Rubicons all have D44s in the front and the rear.
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Old 03-23-2013, 08:28 PM   #6
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D30 front and probably a D44 rear.

A handful of unfortunate 2007 JKs came with D35 rears. Otherwise every non-rubicon JK is D30 front and D44 rear.

Rubicons all have D44s in the front and the rear.
thats great news

probly 3.37 gears im guessing?
i cant check myself because im currently a couple states away from the jeep
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thats great news

probly 3.37 gears im guessing?
i cant check myself because im currently a couple states away from the jeep
A few 2007 non-rubicons could be had with 4.10s. It was the "offroad package."

If it doesn't have that, then it has either 3.73 or 3.21. If it's an auto transmission without the "offroad package," then it's 3.73. If it's a manual, it will be 3.21 unless they optioned up to 3.73.

You can run the vin number on jeep's website to get the build sheet. That'll give you the most accurate information.
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A few 2007 non-rubicons could be had with 4.10s. It was the "offroad package."

If it doesn't have that, then it has either 3.73 or 3.21. If it's an auto transmission without the "offroad package," then it's 3.73. If it's a manual, it will be 3.21 unless they optioned up to 3.73.

You can run the vin number on jeep's website to get the build sheet. That'll give you the most accurate information.
i tried emailing jeep, but they wouldnt give it to me because im not the owner of the jeep.
its at a dealership right now, trying to work a deal out with them

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