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04-03-2008 10:13 PM
nicolas-eric the stock D44 is 30 pline. there is an upgrade available to 33 spline.
04-03-2008 09:19 PM
AzTJ Are your axle shafts stock? If so, they are 30 spline.
04-03-2008 09:06 PM
Sb5551
quick diff question

I have a quick diff question. I just bought a detroit locker for my dana 44 rear, and I just recieved the rebuild kit from Yukon for it. I was looking at the upc for the Yukon kit and it said for Dana 44 30 spline. I was pretty sure my diff and axles are 31 splines. Is this just a mismarking or is there really a dana 44 30 spline. Will it matter because this is just the rebuild kit not the detroit? I may also be confusing myself too much also.

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