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Old 03-06-2010, 05:18 PM   #1
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How to as to be safe what is my Dana Models?

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I mount the suspension and new wheels and 33" tires in the last December, and from this date im searching for what is my Dana Models in order to buy the pinion gear kit in 4.10 because i really needed but im not lucky. I bought all of my parts in 4wd.com and the personal can't say me sure what kit i need because the sale person need some numbers that i not found in any part.

I contact the Christler support with the VIN number of my Jeep and this is the information than they sent me:

DJJS Dana 30/186MM Front Axle
DMMP 3.07 Axle Ratio
DRJS 175MM Rear Axle

now i know that my front axle is Dana 30, but what is the rear axle? Dana 175MM? what Dana is the DRJS 175MM Axle?

Also i write some emails to online stores for help without receive response, its like a people don't want to sell.

Anyway i recheck the rear axle again and have the grease/oil cap close to the center.

I need to stay sure of my rear dana model because i live in PR and if for any reason i order online the incorrect gear i have a pain to return to continental USA, please any help!!!

Thanks in advance...

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If you can get a decent pic of the rear axle and the diff cover, someone on here should be able to tell you. I think you need to take the pic from the rear for it to be useful.

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If you can get a decent pic of the rear axle and the diff cover, someone on here should be able to tell you. I think you need to take the pic from the rear for it to be useful.
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Im pretty sure thats a d35, but hopefully someone will back me up on that. Any takers?
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Yes it's a dana 35
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I would say Dana 35, rubber oil level check plug.
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Dana 35C rear; it's the weaker of the 2 offered...geeze...apparently I hadn't refreshed this page yet. Looks like I'm way late...lol
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Old 03-06-2010, 06:37 PM   #8
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The 3.07 ratio is a dead giveaway that your front axle is definitely a Dana 30 and your rear axle is a Dana 35c. If your rear axle had been the more desirable Dana 44, you would have 3.73 gearing.

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