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11-08-2013 11:49 AM
AOR For those of you who are OX Locker fans, there is now a cover for you to use the PR44 housing. Dynatrac does not offer the OX installed perse, however, you can get the housing and have your local shop install it or do it yourself.

Post with what you want. Link to Dynatrac's site here. Take care and have a great weekend.

Namaste,

Allen
02-02-2013 11:00 AM
AOR You will also be interested to know that the RJ rear 60s that 4wd.com sells use set 10 bearings not set 80.

Allen
02-02-2013 10:54 AM
AOR
Quote:
Originally Posted by M1Ark View Post
I was set on purchasing a Currie RJ 60 in the next couple of weeks. I was exploring other similar rear 60 options. How does the pro rock or trail series 60 compare?

The RJ 60 price point from 4wd.com is close to the trail 60 you quoted with disc, Detroit and ready to bolt into my TJ.
They are comparable yes! The RJ will have great ground clearance but not by much. The prices list above were retail numbers. Please send me or post a link to what you were looking at. I can also sell Currie axles.
02-02-2013 10:48 AM
M1Ark
Quote:
Originally Posted by AOR View Post

Ball park examples for Trail series axles: (does not include shipping or applicable taxes). Pro Rock series axles are dependent on what you want.

Trail Series 60 Rear - Jeep YJ/XJ w/Disc, Detroit, Clean Tubes (Spring Perches Available) $3,744.00
Trail Series 60 Rear - Jeep YJ/XJ w/Disc, ARB, Clean Tubes (Spring Perches Available) $3,995.00
Trail Series 44 Rear - Jeep YJ or XJ w/Disc, Electric Locker, Spring Perches JP44-4001-C $3,869.00
I was set on purchasing a Currie RJ 60 in the next couple of weeks. I was exploring other similar rear 60 options. How does the pro rock or trail series 60 compare?

The RJ 60 price point from 4wd.com is close to the trail 60 you quoted with disc, Detroit and ready to bolt into my TJ.
11-28-2012 10:08 AM
AOR
Quote:
Originally Posted by redneck1984 View Post
I'm really looking to upgrade my axles off tax returns. I have an 89 yj, with a 4.0 motor and auto Trans. I'm getting the jeep setup to run 37 inch tires. Will your 44s hold 37s, and ballpark what kind of money are we talking for front and rear. Or if you have better ideas I'd be all ears, thanks for your time
You can make a D44 run 37s but by the time you get into that much prep and beefing up, you might as well have agootten a D60. Pro Rock 44s will run 37s but, longevity depends on your driving style.

Ball park examples for Trail series axles: (does not include shipping or applicable taxes). Pro Rock series axles are dependent on what you want.

Trail Series 60 Rear - Jeep YJ/XJ w/Disc, Detroit, Clean Tubes (Spring Perches Available) $3,744.00
Trail Series 60 Rear - Jeep YJ/XJ w/Disc, ARB, Clean Tubes (Spring Perches Available) $3,995.00
Trail Series 44 Rear - Jeep YJ or XJ w/Disc, Electric Locker, Spring Perches JP44-4001-C $3,869.00


Shoot me a PM with your plans and goals. Here is a link to a front build sheet. Fill it out and email it to me. sales@allensoffroad.com

Namaste,

Allen
11-27-2012 11:55 AM
redneck1984 I'm really looking to upgrade my axles off tax returns. I have an 89 yj, with a 4.0 motor and auto Trans. I'm getting the jeep setup to run 37 inch tires. Will your 44s hold 37s, and ballpark what kind of money are we talking for front and rear. Or if you have better ideas I'd be all ears, thanks for your time
11-27-2012 09:26 AM
AOR
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Originally Posted by DTM View Post
I have a 2004 LJ and I'm looking for an axle housing set up that will handle 37's. Will the Pro Rock 44 with RCV axles be strong enough or should I be looking at a 60?
You should really be looking at a 60. By the time you add in the cost of the outers etc., to finish it off, you are just shy (relatively) of a D60. Conversely, if you just do the PR44 housing geared and RCV'd and use you knuckles out, you are no stronger than your exist D30 all beefed up. This is do to the unit bearing you are currently running.

Let me know what you want. Don't get me wrong, I had an '06 LJ Rubicon that I ran 37s on for two years and 10 trips through the Rubicon Trail with no issues. I am not a skinny pedal hammer jockey either. Depends on your driving style. If you are going to build a new aftermarket axle do it right the first time and be done with it. You do not want to build it better after you install it for the money it costs.

Food for thought. PM or post with any other questions. Here is a link to the front axle worksheet for Dynatrac. I also sell Currie axles.

Have a blessed and prosperous day!

Namaste,

Allen
11-26-2012 06:35 PM
DTM I have a 2004 LJ and I'm looking for an axle housing set up that will handle 37's. Will the Pro Rock 44 with RCV axles be strong enough or should I be looking at a 60?
09-20-2012 09:19 AM
AOR Let's get this back up where people can see them as an option. Time to order for your winter projects.

Namaste,

Allen
04-30-2011 09:19 AM
AOR PM sent! Thank you very much. I am very grateful for your business.

Namaste,

Allen
04-30-2011 01:32 AM
97wrangler-242
Quote:
Originally Posted by AOR
97wrangler-242 empty your PMs out. You are maxed out!

Allen

Since PM is full:

You can go with the Pro Rock 44 front, .5" tubes, unlimited version (better caster and pinion angles), RCV shafts, using your brakes, ARB, gear of choice, 1310 yoke, factory ball joints, and cover for $4695.27 plus shipping (max of $300 depending on location).
Cleaned out. So if I put a truetrac n that what would the price b? And what would b the biggest tire I could run and not worry about breakage on this axle?
04-29-2011 03:45 PM
AOR 97wrangler-242 empty your PMs out. You are maxed out!

Allen


Since PM is full:



You can go with the Pro Rock 44 front, .5" tubes, unlimited version (better caster and pinion angles), RCV shafts, using your brakes, ARB, gear of choice, 1310 yoke, factory ball joints, and cover for $4695.27 plus shipping (max of $300 depending on location).
04-29-2011 10:00 AM
AOR
Quote:
Originally Posted by 97wrangler-242 View Post
Planning on a ford 8.8 rear. 35s, 37 at most. Would this b the place to look for a front axle? Would it handle 37s? I mean beating the crap out of it!!!! Will it handle thrashing with 37s? Lol
You really need to go with a D60. With all you other posts and getting a feel for your driving style and build direction, definitely a D60 f/r. Shoot me a PM with all the specs you want a a total of the components you want or how you want your rig when done, and I will shoot you back some prices.


Quote:
Originally Posted by Bradyu123 View Post
My rear Dana 35 in my 2004 tj is about to go out the spider gears are missing teeth and its leaking out of the pinion seal I've been debating going for a 8.8 for the rear. And regearing while I'm at it with 4.56s. Then just not using 4 wd until I get the funds to regear the front Dana 30. Anything you guys could offer me thanks you - Brady
I don't have an 8.8 option for you. I can do a D44 (high or low pinion), D60 (HP or LP again; many options here), HP or LP Ford 9", and some others. I can also offer you a re-gear package for both front and rear with a good price. What size tires are you going to run? If you want to run 35s and have an auto, you will need 4.88s.

PM me all info and questions.

Namaste,

Allen
04-29-2011 01:22 AM
Bradyu123 My rear Dana 35 in my 2004 tj is about to go out the spider gears are missing teeth and its leaking out of the pinion seal I've been debating going for a 8.8 for the rear. And regearing while I'm at it with 4.56s. Then just not using 4 wd until I get the funds to regear the front Dana 30. Anything you guys could offer me thanks you - Brady
04-29-2011 01:09 AM
97wrangler-242 Also what's this run with a truetrac, price wise?
04-29-2011 01:06 AM
97wrangler-242 Planning on a ford 8.8 rear. 35s, 37 at most. Would this b the place to look for a front axle? Would it handle 37s? I mean beating the crap out of it!!!! Will it handle thrashing with 37s? Lol
04-22-2011 08:32 PM
AOR The Pro Rock D44 housing is a fantastic way to gain the strength and ground clearance when upgrading your front D30 or D44. If you are planning on building a D30, don't! Get a Pro Rock D44 front end under your rig instead. Many options available. PM or post for a quote.

Have a joyous and prosperous day!

Namaste,

Allen
03-24-2011 07:55 AM
AOR All PMs returned.

this is an affordable solution that not only gets you a stronger front axle, but more ground clearance and better driveline angles. Available from just a housing to a complete bolt in and add fluid assembly. PM or post for pricing.

Namaste,

Allen
02-14-2011 02:18 AM
BigEZ PM on it's way!
02-09-2011 08:29 AM
AOR
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Originally Posted by Droelle View Post
MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMhh.....so tempting! PM sent!
PM replied to.

Allen
02-08-2011 10:19 PM
Droelle MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMhh.....so tempting! PM sent!
01-22-2011 02:14 PM
AOR Spring is just around the corner. Be ready! Shoot me a PM with your specs.

Allen
12-15-2010 08:19 AM
AOR To the top.
11-16-2010 04:37 PM
AOR
Quote:
Originally Posted by TJe0454 View Post
what do u guys have in terms of a full rear axle setup? '01 4.0L 5sp running d30/d35 3.07

Anything Dynatrac, Currie Enterprises, G2, and stock Mopar from Dynatrac.

Where is it you see your project heading? Are you looking for a factory TJ 44, something HP after market, a fabricated housing hybrid axle, Ford 8.8, or Ford 9", D60? What kind of wheeling are you doing or want to do? Are you planning a f/r axle swap or just rear and re-gearing the front, lockers, or ?????

Shoot me a PM with your ideas and plans and we'll see what we can do for you and still keep you in budget.

Thank you!

Allen
11-16-2010 11:31 AM
TJe0454 what do u guys have in terms of a full rear axle setup? '01 4.0L 5sp running d30/d35 3.07
11-14-2010 05:03 PM
AOR Bump for additional savings.

Both the .5" tube and the unlimited version upgrade for half price (a $188 value on the purchase of the non geared housing only ).

Namaste,

Allen
10-14-2010 06:31 PM
AOR
Dynatrac PRO Rock 44 front end..

Tired of fighting that bent or old axle? The Dynatrac Pro Rock D44 is an affordable solution to get you into a stronger and better performing front axle. Ask about our current promotion on the Pro Rock 44 front end for your JK, TJ, or XJ by Dynatrac!


New***

For those of you who are OX Locker fans, there is now a cover for you to use the PR44 housing. Dynatrac does not offer the OX installed perse, however, you can get the housing and have your local shop install it or do it yourself. Dynatrac will install one for you, but they will not warranty the locker install. Weird I know.

Post with what you want. Link to Dynatrac's site here.







Pro Rock 44 PDF here!




Standard specs:

* Complete custom Pro Rock 44 front axle housing with 12 month limited warranty
* Custom machined Dynatrac high ground clearance, high pinion (reverse-cut) heavy duty nodular iron housing
* Axle width 60.5” (stock TJ, XJ) or 65.5” (stock JK) when outfitted w/stock wheel ends
* Standard housing geometry, pinion angle, and wheel alignment for customer’s suspension
* Uses new generation JK ring and pinion
* Dynatrac Pro Series nodular iron differential cover
* Dynatrac Jeep coil spring bracket set (Includes heavy duty brackets and installation, trac bar bracket & shock mounts included)
* Heavy Duty 3.0” X .313”(5/16th”) wall DOM housing tube assemblies (.5" available)
* Dynatrac Pro Series extra strength end forgings w/ball joints installed
* Detailed and painted Dynatrac’s signature gloss black

Optional Installed Add-On Differentials - Complete w/Master Install Kit:

* Tru Trac heavy duty limited-slip differential w/R&P choice and 1310 yoke
* Detroit Soft Locker differential w/R&P choice and 1310 yoke
* ARB Air Locker differential w/R&P choice and 1310 yoke
* Electric selectable locking differential (JK Tru Lok) w/R&P choice and 1310 yoke

Custom axle shaft mfg choices are numerous. If you want the RCV shafts, I sell those as well but you should run either the Pro Steer upper and factory lower ball joints or both factory joints.

PM for quote: (include any options wanted, shipping location and whether it is residence or business).


Thank you very much! I am grateful for your business.

Allen

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