In an X model, you should have the Dana 35 in the rear and you have the Dana 30 in the front. When you look at the rear, look at the filler hole. If plugged with a rubber stopper, you have the 35, and if it's a threaded plug, you have the 44.
thanks a bunch six. I looked over all my paperwork and just realized i didnt have a spec sheet. kind of sucks. (just bought the jeep) I believe I have a dana 35 cause the plug isnt threaded...still learning...lol
I have 5 good 30 9.50 goodyears that I need to get rid of. 1 has probably 95% tread(spare that I put into the rotation for about 2000 miles) and the other 4 have probably 75%. I would take 150 for all 5 picked up.
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