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Old 05-23-2008, 06:46 AM
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axles! axles ! axles! HEY I SAID AXLES!!!!!!!!

hey there eveyone i just wanted to see what knowledge everyone had on axles
dana 44, dana 35, dana 60, ford 9inch, ford 8.8, chevy 10 bolt, rockwells, dana 20, ring gears, splines, bearings, lockers all that jazz.

whats the strongest and most practical for the application. easiest swaps
the best all around setup????

so lets hear it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Old 06-11-2008, 02:26 PM   #2
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Not sure what year you have but here is some great info for YJ's.

I'm looking at swapping in a full size D44 front and D60 rear in my YJ.

Just kidding, if i look at your username i see what year you have.

92 yj wrangler
4" suspension lift, 2" body lift
4.0 liter
35"x15"x12.5" tires
will be upgrading axles to FS D44 & D60 or D60 & D60
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Old 06-11-2008, 03:37 PM   #3
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i swapped in an 8.8. if you can weld, it was pretty easy. all i did was cut off the old perches, then weld em back on in the right place. i franken-rigged my stock ebrake cables and used the exploder spring plates and ubolts. i cut off part of the spring plate and used that for shock tabs. the bulk of the expense from the whole swap/soa project was in gears

i left the 30 in the front, and its been welded for a few years now with (knock on wood) no probs.
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For the YJ application they are all easy to install. Especially if you end up with a front with flat top knuckles that can easily handle a hi-steer arm. Main thing you need to know if NO D35's in the rocks.
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