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Old 12-01-2014, 05:04 PM
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Looking at buying gears for my jeep but I'm not sure if I need standard or reverse pinion. I have a 2010 Islander Edition - DJRS Next Gen. Dana 30 Solid Front Axle - DRZS Next Gen. Dana 44 HD Rear Axle - DS7S Conventional Differential Frt Axle DS8S Conventional Differential Rear Axle Anyone know which or know where I could find out this info?

Or is this is telling me my answer. I pulled it from my build sheet.

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^^^You can see the difference in this picture!!!

2007, through 2015, are High Pinion front!!!!!!!!

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^^^You can see the difference in this picture!!! 2007, through 2015, are High Pinion front!!!!!!!!
And the rear is low?
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Sites like Northridge, Krawl off road have complete packages. Front/rear and master/minor rebuild kits. All you have to do is choose Rubi or Non and what rebuild kit you want.
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the JK 30/44 is very different from every other 30/44. so much so that it is hard to even call it a 30/44. be sure and get gears and install kits made for it.
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My advice would be since you're evidently not doing the gear replacement yourself, have the shop doing the work supply the parts. That way if there is a problem they can't claim the parts you provided were defective.
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My advice would be since you're evidently not doing the gear replacement yourself, have the shop doing the work supply the parts. That way if there is a problem they can't claim the parts you provided were defective.
My boyfriend would be doing it so I gotta order the parts
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Sites like Northridge, Krawl off road have complete packages. Front/rear and master/minor rebuild kits. All you have to do is choose Rubi or Non and what rebuild kit you want.
I can't find these kits on northridge 4x4 and krawl charges addition $120 for 4.56 over the other sizes :-/
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