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09-02-2010 11:10 PM
trlyka
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Originally Posted by EdJonesJeeper View Post
honestly I don't have time to tear it out, box it up and ship it out by friday.

I'd do it if you weren't on such as tight time frame.
Thanks, but I ordered the axle already. It was only $105.99 for the axle shaft. I can't believe Chrysler wanted $500 for the same part? OEM or not. I wanted to get the Jeep into my mechanic before we left on vacation this Saturday. I'm having the parts drop shipped to him. Once the Jeep is fixed it will be in much better shape to sell We got a good number of responses from Craigslist, but when I mentioned the axle, I think they lost interest. Guess I can't blame them. I do have one guy who is local who is waiting for it to be fixed. Wish me luck!

Thanks again
09-02-2010 05:12 PM
EdJonesJeeper honestly I don't have time to tear it out, box it up and ship it out by friday.

I'd do it if you weren't on such as tight time frame.
09-02-2010 02:52 PM
EdJonesJeeper
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Originally Posted by trlyka



Did you want to sell the shaft off your
Jeep? Just let me know what you want for it. I'll be ordering my part by this Friday, so please let me know. Thanks
Were you located? I'll calc shipping
09-02-2010 10:29 AM
trlyka
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Originally Posted by Gate53 View Post
That link was for a Liberty. The link for the Wrangler is THIS but it did get me in the right direction. Thanks for your help
09-01-2010 09:10 PM
trlyka
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Originally Posted by EdJonesJeeper View Post
Better prices but you still need to check your junkyards. This shaft is the same in an Cherokee and a most grand cherokee if you can't find a tj.
Really? I didn't think those would be compatible. It's good to know. Compared to $500 just for the shaft, I am happy to pay that price from 4wd.com. I did go on the Used Auto Parts site and put in my info, but the site only keeps the info for 48 hrs. My mechanic has us on a list as well. We are leaving on vacation in a few days and we want to sell it, so we want to get the car in while we are away. At this point, buying it new is probably more convenient.

Did you want to sell the shaft off your Jeep? Just let me know what you want for it. I'll be ordering my part by this Friday, so please let me know. Thanks
09-01-2010 07:53 PM
EdJonesJeeper Better prices but you still need to check your junkyards. This shaft is the same in an Cherokee and a most grand cherokee if you can't find a tj.
09-01-2010 05:57 PM
trlyka Ok. I spoke to 4wd.com. The Axle shaft is $175.99 and I need RTV sealant @ $5.99 and gear oil 3 @ $16.99. I also need a blower motor fan speed resister but they didn't have it for a 2006. Are these good prices? Seems to be when considering the dealer wants $500.
09-01-2010 03:42 PM
burton160w Check out Car-Part.com--Used Auto Parts Market searches all your local junkyards for parts. It definitely sounds like an axle shaft. The differential is generally considered that big hunking thing in the center and its innards.
09-01-2010 03:32 PM
trlyka
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Originally Posted by Gate53
The wheel is easier to bend than the axel are you sure it's not the wheel?
We had all the wheels checked. It's already been checked and confided by my mechanic.
09-01-2010 03:22 PM
trlyka
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Originally Posted by Gate53
Changing out a rear axel shaft is a piece of cake it can be done out on the trail in under an hour. If it is a shaft you should be able to pick one up at a junkyard for under a hundred.
We are on a list for NJ and PA salvage. We are trying to sell it so we don't really want to wait for a used part. No way to tell how long it would be before one becomes available.
09-01-2010 03:19 PM
Gate53 The wheel is easier to bend than the axel are you sure it's not the wheel?
09-01-2010 03:17 PM
trlyka
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Originally Posted by EdJonesJeeper

Yea pls tell us number on ^^^^diagram. Sounds like you broke a shaft. The wheel bolts directly to the shafts.
I don't know if it's the shaft. The car is drivable. I think the axle is just a little bent. When driving behind you can see the left rear wobble a little at low speeds. Its not really noticeable when driving it.
09-01-2010 03:11 PM
Gate53 Changing out a rear axel shaft is a piece of cake it can be done out on the trail in under an hour. If it is a shaft you should be able to pick one up at a junkyard for under a hundred.
09-01-2010 03:07 PM
trlyka
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Originally Posted by Gate53
Thanks. I sent the link to my mechanic and he is going to let me know.
09-01-2010 02:44 PM
EdJonesJeeper
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Originally Posted by trlyka

Yeah. Sorry. I might be using the wrong words. It's the part connected to the wheel to the shaft? I would definitely be interested in your part. How much? Thanks!
Yea pls tell us number on ^^^^diagram. Sounds like you broke a shaft. The wheel bolts directly to the shafts.
09-01-2010 01:02 PM
Gate53 Can you look at this page and name the part?

Google Image Result for http://www.jeep4x4center.com/jeep-axle-differential-parts/images/kj-dana-35-rear-axle.gif
09-01-2010 12:52 PM
trlyka
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Originally Posted by EdJonesJeeper

I have a complete Dana 35 I'm parting out for cheap. Left rear axle differential? Do you need the shaft or ring gear or spider gears? I've never heard that terminology.
Yeah. Sorry. I might be using the wrong words. It's the part connected to the wheel to the shaft? I would definitely be interested in your part. How much? Thanks!
09-01-2010 12:49 PM
trlyka
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Originally Posted by B.A.T.J. View Post
Go to www.4wd.com They have all sorts of things for your Jeep.
Thanks! I'll check it out
09-01-2010 12:36 PM
EdJonesJeeper
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Originally Posted by trlyka
Hello,

I have a 2006 Wrangler SE and it needs a left rear axle differential. The dealer wants $500 for it. I was wondering if anyone has a good online source for this part so I can get it cheaper.

Thanks

I have a complete Dana 35 I'm parting out for cheap. Left rear axle differential? Do you need the shaft or ring gear or spider gears? I've never heard that terminology.
09-01-2010 12:08 PM
B.A.T.J. Go to www.4wd.com They have all sorts of things for your Jeep.
09-01-2010 11:23 AM
trlyka
Looking for Dana 35 left rear axle

Hello,

I have a 2006 Wrangler SE and it needs a left rear axle differential. The dealer wants $500 for it. I was wondering if anyone has a good online source for this part so I can get it cheaper.

Thanks

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