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08-15-2007 11:37 AM
HkdOnJP lot of work sounds like fun I ordered 32 11.50 and im just gonna save up a bunch of cash and by dana 44's and locker and build a really good axle and then il have them when i go bigger in lift and tires
08-15-2007 11:21 AM
daddyjeep
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Originally Posted by HkdOnJP View Post
Would these be a good swap http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tchlink:top:us

What would i have to do
Those would be perfect. There will still be a lot of work involved. They will need at least need the brakes gone through and really the whole thing should be taken apart and rebuilt to start. Then you will need to weld on the spring perches and shock mounts.
08-14-2007 11:51 PM
Odd is he
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axle swap... mid 80s grand wagoneer (spelling?) front and rear 44'.
Exactly what i got sitting to my YJ right now, a 1985 grand waggy Picked the whole vehicle up for $300, only 85K on it, but the frame is rotted in the rear (damn CT, with all the salt on the road)..... ontop of it have 44's, It also has a amc 360 5.9L motor, which might make its way into the yj also
08-14-2007 10:56 PM
4Jeepn axle swap... mid 80s grand wagoneer (spelling?) front and rear 44'.
08-14-2007 09:59 PM
crafty I have been told to baby mine for about the past 7 mos because there is slop in the rear gears. I have taken my Jeep airborne and constantly play in the mud. Usually wheel EVERY weekend. Most of the ones I see break on the trail are going airborne or are climbing over downed trees at an arkward angle (snap). Mine is just worn out at 200,000 miles
08-14-2007 06:11 PM
Triple88a oh i see so its 2 axles... cool..
08-14-2007 05:16 PM
HkdOnJP Front = disk
Rear = Drums
08-14-2007 05:13 PM
Triple88a i'm confused why does he have disks and also drums? lol would need new gears along with it and a rebuild...
08-14-2007 04:30 PM
HkdOnJP Would these be a good swap http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...tchlink:top:us

What would i have to do
08-14-2007 04:22 PM
1BLKJP
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Originally Posted by HkdOnJP View Post
well i got the 4 banger now so there really is no "driving hard" i guess if i get 33 i just save and have 44 ready to swap in then when i decide to go 35 ill already be there?
That's a good plan to work towards. You will take stress off and make your 35 last longer if you keep it open and don't put a locker in it.
08-14-2007 03:57 PM
HkdOnJP well i got the 4 banger now so there really is no "driving hard" i guess if i get 33 i just save and have 44 ready to swap in then when i decide to go 35 ill already be there?
08-14-2007 03:47 PM
Odd is he
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so basically the word is i can do it. but it depends on the driving i do and how hard i wheel.
yeah basiclly, I have a buddy whos had to rebuilt his 35 four times since december (he wont go to a 44), but he drives the same way I am now trying to blow mine up, but he does that everyday, he's also on 33"s......

I'd throw 33"s under and drive on it easy, but still wheel it, just dont wheel it carelessly
08-14-2007 03:23 PM
HkdOnJP so basically the word is i can do it. but it depends on the driving i do and how hard i wheel.
08-14-2007 12:27 PM
Odd is he I wheel the shit out of mine with 33's....

Lately I've been trying to blow up my 35 because i have a 44 on the side ready to go in. It has been through hell in the past two weeks, burnout, dumping the clutch, "chirping" the wheels going into 2nd and sometimes 3rd , etc.... so far it's holding up without a problem....
08-14-2007 12:02 PM
noise Stay away from the rocks and tread lightly on the skinny pedal. Most will tell you its a crap shoot, me included, but you should be ok with the 33's.
08-14-2007 11:45 AM
HkdOnJP
D35 problem HELP

Today im ordering new rims and tires but my problem is my d35 im either going to get 32 11.50 or 33 12.50 my question is if i get the 33 and these http://www.quadratec.com/products/52400_602.htm will i be able to run 33 more safely. i off road mainly on the weekends if i can other wise its just trail and access paths for corn fields by my summer home its mainly a daily driver i have the 2.5 now but were swappin in a 4.0 with new cams and stuff with a header and no cat. What should i do i know ill plenty capable with 32's but id rather have 33's i just cant afford new axles right away. PLEASE HELP Tires will be ordered by 4:30

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