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05-02-2013 10:16 PM
jokerchief462 Welcome to the forum!!!
05-02-2013 08:56 PM
Hillsider Thanks guys
05-02-2013 06:29 PM
dabolt55 Anyways Welcome, hope you got your answer...
05-02-2013 03:49 PM
CMA_Rider
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Originally Posted by Hillsider View Post
Hi all, First post and I can't find a thread starter button Soooo.. I have 2 axles that were left on a property I purchased and hope they are a pair. Both are 5 lug on a 4.5"daimeter. The rear has drum brakes and a number
23599*(Chrysler emblem) 1032 and 64.5' wide lug to lug. I opened the punkin and count 45 teeth on the ring and 14 pinion.

The front looks like a Dana and is stamped 44 also has a number 820121R and disc brakes with 67" width lug to lug. It is froze up but I didn't see gear damage so it could just be the brakes are stuck I will try to attach photo's, the first 3 are rear

Would like to know what these came off, what the gear ratio's are and what they might sell for? Thanks
45/14 = 3.21

I think the rear is a chrysler 8.25 and the front a dana 44

The dana 44 probably came out of a older 1/2ton truck and the 8.25 was in the cherokees and commanchees
05-02-2013 02:40 PM
Hillsider
How to ID differntials

Hi all, First post and I can't find a thread starter button Soooo.. I have 2 axles that were left on a property I purchased and hope they are a pair. Both are 5 lug on a 4.5"daimeter. The rear has drum brakes and a number
23599*(Chrysler emblem) 1032 and 64.5' wide lug to lug. I opened the punkin and count 45 teeth on the ring and 14 pinion.

The front looks like a Dana and is stamped 44 also has a number 820121R and disc brakes with 67" width lug to lug. It is froze up but I didn't see gear damage so it could just be the brakes are stuck I will try to attach photo's, the first 3 are rear

Would like to know what these came off, what the gear ratio's are and what they might sell for? Thanks
09-19-2012 05:50 PM
4Jeepn 4cly TJ's came with dana 30 and 35, 5spd have the 4.11 auto's came with 3.73's.

6cly ranged from 3.55 to 4.11(rubicon) during the production.

dana 44 rear was an option on 6cly (std. front rear on rubicon)

you could in later year upgrade the 4cly to a 6cly, but it still had the dana 35 rear as i recall.
09-19-2012 05:34 PM
mvallez Oh ok, I thought some sports had the option for a D44.
09-19-2012 05:33 PM
nick50471
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Originally Posted by Outlawmack
That is a rubber plug under the paint. Yes all yj and tjs came with a 30 front and 35 rear unless you got a rubicon then it's a 44 front and back. All 4cyl have 4:10 and 6cyl have 3:73 and 3:07
Fixed it for you.
09-19-2012 05:31 PM
Outlawmack That is a rubber plug under the paint. Yes all yj and tjs came with a 30 front and 35 rear unless you got a rubicon then it's a 44 front and back. All 4cyl have 4:10 and 6cyl have 3:73
09-19-2012 05:12 PM
mvallez So just to be sure, this is a D35 correct? I looked at the chart, but I'm just curious because of the plug hole size and location. Also, I think I read somewhere that D35 had rubber plugs.

09-19-2012 03:59 PM
nick50471 D35 is 27 spline
09-19-2012 02:17 PM
Ditchdoc Not bad, thanks. Do you have an idea of spine count for the shaft?
09-19-2012 01:13 PM
nick50471 You are correct.

I think all the 2.5's came with 4.11 gears.
09-19-2012 01:01 PM
Ditchdoc This is the axle tag that I have for the rear axle. If I'm reading it right does it have 4:11 ratio? I doubt that it does just because this jeep seems to be on the cheap end. But I'm not a expert.
09-13-2012 04:39 AM
blkrubi88 Welcome!
09-13-2012 03:02 AM
MrSig and enjoy the forum!
09-12-2012 09:34 PM
Ditchdoc Thanks guys. If I still can't figure it out I'll give up jeeps and pick up knitting.
09-12-2012 07:18 PM
CMA_Rider Welcome

Heres a chart of axles
09-12-2012 07:14 PM
Ditchdoc
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09-12-2012 06:45 PM
Beastmaster Welcome to the forum!

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09-12-2012 02:34 PM
SilverSport Welcome Aboard! Perhaps this will help: Differential Identification | West Coast Differentials
09-12-2012 02:12 PM
Ditchdoc
How to identify Dana axles?

I'm new to jeeps. I just got a 2001 tj with 2.5 liter engine. I been trying to identify the axles. Some told me I have a 30 in front and 35 in rear and some said 35 and 35. My question is if it's stock can I identify what it is and get spline count and gear ratios from the numbers on the cover?

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