|08-03-2009 09:02 AM|
|08-03-2009 04:01 AM|
|SASA-1||ok, what am i looking for when finding and purchasing a rear d44??? any specific year? i'm thinking as long as it has same 4.5 bolt pattern as front, any one know what year and models they came on?|
|08-02-2009 09:25 PM|
|KBR97||maybe a better option to buy the Rubicon...or for cheaper you could just buy another TJ with 4.0 and at least the D44 in the rear.|
|08-02-2009 06:19 PM|
|Sb5551||I would probably be cheaper to buiy a rubicon that has the 4.0, d44's in the front and rear and lockers in the front and rear. All you would need after that is suspension and tires.|
|08-02-2009 05:14 PM|
|SASA-1||i'm torn between building this Jeep or selling and buying one with a 4.0 and D44s already in place......ahhhh!!!!|
|08-02-2009 04:09 PM|
|KBR97||if your gonna go through all that work and money swapping motors, and transmissions and full suspension job, then why stop there. Get a dana44 for the front and the rear. At least do the rear.|
|08-02-2009 03:03 PM|
Get a d44 and a NV3550
Go with a long arm lift
|08-02-2009 02:12 PM|
here's the plan... 98 TJ Build
would it be worth it to beef up the stock D30 and D35 with some 30 spline axles and regear to run 35s??? here's what i have in mind for my build let me know what u think...
-6 inch Rough Country X series lift
-Heavy duty steering system
-35" Boggers w/15x10 soft 8s
-30 spline axles for the D30 and D35 Both Locked and geared to run the 35s
-Swap 2.5l and Ax5 for a 4.3L with Ax15 keeping the stock np231 upgrade w/ SYE
Some other odds and ends stuff but that pretty much the jist of it....
So what do you think?
Is it worth doing a build like that?