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Old 02-29-2012, 07:46 PM   #1
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Super35 kit?

K so I have a 97 Sahara 5sp 4in lift wit 32/11.5/15 I was quoted 1600 for regearing wit limited slip instead of lockers or I could go wit lockers my question is should I get the super35 or just regear and wht about the front axle?

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If you want a locker in the rear Dana 35 axle, you have to upgrade the axle. A Super 35 kit from Superior Axle is the way to go for that and it's a good upgrade, good up to 35" tires.

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If you want a locker in the rear Dana 35 axle, you have to upgrade the axle. A Super 35 kit from Superior Axle is the way to go for that and it's a good upgrade, good up to 35" tires.
Ok but wht bout the front? Does tht need to b upgraded as well
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No, the front axle is fine. Only if you go to 35" tires with a front locker would you need to upgrade the front axle shafts. Why? Because the front axle never sees more than about 50% of the stress/load/torque the rear axle sees regularly.
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No, the front axle is fine. Only if you go to 35" tires with a front locker would you need to upgrade the front axle shafts. Why? Because the front axle never sees more than about 50% of the stress/load/torque the rear axle sees regularly.
Makes sense so super35 kit and regear the front
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I've got the same TJ as you. It has 33"-12.50x15" toyos , ARB lockers front and rear(super 35's) with 456 ratio gearing, also 4-1 transfercase set -up. I am very happy with this combo, can go 70 on freeway, and yet still crawl the rocky trails up here in Northern Ca.
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I say as long as you're only running 32's you can do whatever is inexpensive to save $. But if you're planning on going with bigger tires, I would spend an extra $400 on top of the $1600 and order a completely new built to your specs rear end which will include a locker or limited slip, gears you want, as well as a bigger housing and axles. That's my opinion. And I know we all have one.
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I've got the same TJ as you. It has 33"-12.50x15" toyos , ARB lockers front and rear(super 35's) with 456 ratio gearing, also 4-1 transfercase set -up. I am very happy with this combo, can go 70 on freeway, and yet still crawl the rocky trails up here in Northern Ca.
What part of Northern CA are you in?
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We're in Grass Valley. One hour from Sacramento. Lots of trails from mild to wild.
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We're in Grass Valley. One hour from Sacramento. Lots of trails from mild to wild.
I know right where you are. I grew up in Sac. You're real close to the Fordyce trail. (Not sure if that's spelled correctly) Great trails and beautiful country down there. I'm hoping to do the Rubicon this Summer. That's if I get the Ford 8.8 to replace my D35.
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I say as long as you're only running 32's you can do whatever is inexpensive to save $. But if you're planning on going with bigger tires, I would spend an extra $400 on top of the $1600 and order a completely new built to your specs rear end which will include a locker or limited slip, gears you want, as well as a bigger housing and axles. That's my opinion. And I know we all have one.
I'm happy wit my 32s I dont think I'll go up but you never know would I b cheaper to find a Dana 44 and put that in? Iv seen super35 kit at 1500 and I got quoted 1600 for gear, limited slip, new seals front and rear

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