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11-03-2011 07:35 AM
tangofox007 Received my Alloy USA axle kit. The big letters on the box say "Alloy USA." The small print says "Made in India." So much for buying American. (Maybe USA stands for Unscrupulous Seller of Axles!!)

The flanges were advertised to be drilled for both 5 on 4.5 and 5 on 5.0 bolt patterns. Mine were drilled for 5 on 4.5 only. That suits me fine, but somebody looking for the 5 on 5.0 configuration would have been disappointed.
11-01-2011 07:00 PM
mannyssj13 12135 Alloy USA -- Jeep Alloy Rear Axle Kit For Jeep Wrangler (TJ) 97-06, Dana 44 30-Spline Kit - w/o ABS ...cheaper then what i paid..brought it a couple months ago and was $339.
11-01-2011 06:53 PM
mannyssj13 Cseoffroad.com is the cheapest I saw them got the Alloy USA D44 ones I got a LJ.
11-01-2011 05:23 PM
f9k9
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Originally Posted by tangofox007 View Post
..........If anyone happens to need an OE passenger side Dana 44 shaft, let me know. Or if anyone needs a large paper weight, I have a driver side shaft also available.
Keep it as a trail spare or trading material. It may take a couple of years but, it will come in handy later.
10-31-2011 08:20 PM
tangofox007
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Originally Posted by f9k9 View Post
Call David at Northridge4x4 Jeep Parts Online Store and he can hook you up. Notice, I said "call".
Thanks for that info. I have had great results from Northridge in the past, but in this case time is of the essence and they are on the opposite coast. Amazon had the best price on an Alloy USA kit and had it on the way within two hours of my hitting the "Place Order" button.

If anyone happens to need an OE passenger side Dana 44 shaft, let me know. Or if anyone needs a large paper weight, I have a driver side shaft also available.
10-31-2011 06:11 PM
f9k9 Call David at Northridge4x4 Jeep Parts Online Store and he can hook you up. Notice, I said "call". He can't advertise his prices online and he offers free shipping on orders over $100 and an automatic 5% discount on orders over $300. I have a set of axles in route with everything pressed on for a decent price. I too bent a rear rear rubi axle.
10-31-2011 03:31 PM
ygohome Sorry to hear that. It always stinks having to reorder.

I've been happy with my Alloy USA shafts. I have their "Mas Grande" 35 spline kit with ARB locker in the back in a rubicon D44 housing. And their 30 spline up front also in a rubicon housing.
10-31-2011 03:08 PM
tangofox007 Some much for buying G2 axle shafts. My order got cancelled due to no stock. Looks like Alloy USA willl get my business instead. Their customer service rep "thinks" their shafts will fit a Rubicon.
10-28-2011 07:55 PM
tangofox007 Thanks for the response. I have a set of G2 shafts on order. That option was about $100 cheaper than buying just one OE type shaft. And $300 cheaper than paying list price at the dealer.
10-28-2011 12:20 PM
ygohome the rear D44 axle shafts are the same for rubicons and non-rubicons.

There is a difference in the backing plate though. It is shaped a bit different for the rubicon's backing plate to accommodate the brake caliper anchor.

Some shafts may come with backing plate and bearings already pressed on and that is likely the difference in the part numbers. Or maybe the shafts that are for all year TJ D44 regardless if rubicon or not, perhaps those have the backing plate that works with both rubicon and otherwise.

*You can buy used rear rubcion axle shafts with bearing, seals and backing plates for about $75 - $100 by google searching. But I'd step up and buy chromolly hardened steel shafts since your replacing them.
10-28-2011 11:45 AM
tangofox007
Rubicon axle shaft

2003 Rubicon. Collision with curb resulted in bent rear axle shaft. The Mopar catolog shows a different part number for the axle shaft for a Rubicon Dana 44 versus the non-Rubicon model. Many of the aftermarket axle vendors, however, list only one part which they claim fits all Wranglers with the Dana 44. Anyone know what the difference is between the Rubicon and non-Rubicon Dana 44 axle shafts?

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