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04-23-2013 12:48 AM
yjJEEPyj I got my entire 8.8 Swpa kit from M.O.R.E and also i think i got the Flange Adapter there as well. Thats a Steal on the axle. I gto mine for 225$ i believe. It was a 2000 With 4.10's. When i started i figured I would reuse the perches and everything.. But it's so much easyer/looks cleaner to buy new ones. I went with MORE Because the Spring perches alow you to streach the rear axle back or forward a inch. Also the perches are Anti wrap. There pretty long and Very beefy. Jeep Axle swap for Ford 8.8 Axle on Jeep YJ 1987-1995 from Mountain Off-Road (M.O.R.E.)
04-21-2013 08:42 AM
DILLIGAF
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Originally Posted by 4Jeepn View Post
I got my bracket kit from these guys:

Off-Road Fabrication Parts - RuffStuff Specialties
4 Jeepn, Thanks! I made a desktop shortcut as not to loose this link!
04-21-2013 08:40 AM
DILLIGAF
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Originally Posted by YJ fanatic View Post
You can run that flange, but you would need a 1310-1330 u-joint. Or you can get an adapter. I got mine from East Coast Gear Supply. It's like $37.
Thanks YJ fanatic, I remember reading about that U-joint on here some where but I really like the flange adapter idea too.
04-20-2013 10:27 PM
4Jeepn I got my bracket kit from these guys:

Off-Road Fabrication Parts - RuffStuff Specialties
04-20-2013 10:22 PM
YJ fanatic You can run that flange, but you would need a 1310-1330 u-joint. Or you can get an adapter. I got mine from East Coast Gear Supply. It's like $37.
04-20-2013 08:25 PM
DILLIGAF It was an auto transmission with 120k. the lowest milage in the best shape the yard had to offer. total with good rotors was $147.00

Now I need to pull off the yoke and start cleaning,

Does anyone know where to get spring perches or should i try to grind and and reuse them.

Will I need a yoke adapter I noticed a differance in the u joints already.

Any suggestions?
04-19-2013 03:50 PM
tigerblood I think it was the exploders with the towing pkg that had 4:10, not neccesarily auto/manual specific
04-19-2013 03:04 PM
Surfinglbi23 How much??
04-18-2013 10:57 PM
kywaterman Looks like some fun work for you soon. Was it the manual trans explorers that had the 410s or the auto?
04-18-2013 01:24 PM
DILLIGAF Ok so I found a 99 with 120k with all the right numbers! Here we go!
04-18-2013 01:07 PM
YJ fanatic Try to find one in a 96-01 explorer too. They have disc brakes.
04-18-2013 12:28 PM
sevenservices axles could have different ratios. ask 'em for a ford 8.8 and check the tag on the pumpkin for the gear ratio. you may have to order 410 ring and pinion for one depending on what you find.
04-18-2013 11:56 AM
DILLIGAF
Headed to the scrap yard

So were on our way to the junkyard today what year Explorer axle should I be looking for an 8.8 That would have 410 gears in it? Also should I look for a TJ rear axle? Thank you for your help.

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