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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-01-2003, 03:05 PM Thread Starter
 
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quick Ddana44 question

I dont think it will, but.........
Will the ring & pinion (and carrier) out of a TTB Dana44 fit and work in a solid Dana44?
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Re: quick Ddana44 question

They should. The carrier will work in a Dana 44. You will also Have a Dana 44 Reverse Rotation.. I w0nder if normal gears will work in a TTB. [img]images/graemlins/givemebeer.gif[/img] [img]images/graemlins/givemebeer.gif[/img]
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Re: quick Dana44 question

Ok, thats good news, so i guess my true question is this:

I may be able to acquire a D44 out of a 78 bronco cheap. Ratio unknown, most likely 4.10:1 (which is my current ratio). Will my True-Trac fit this?
I figure, if it is 4.10:1 (or if my TTB gears will fit it), and my True-Trac will fit it, then i can be on my way to a SAS! But if not, then ill hold off, since my True-Trac and gears are only a couple months old.
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Re: quick Dana44 question

Good job and luck with the SAS
If your true Trac is an aftermarket "add-on" Which you probably bought for the Dana 44 which fits the TTB...should fit the "Plain Jaine"
The True Trac for the TTBDana 44 SHOULD Fit
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Re: quick Dana44 question

if you want to put your TTB gears in a Reverse rotation(high pinon) solid 44, the gears and carrier will work.
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Re: quick Dana44 question

Awesome! [img]images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]
Hey Burned, when you did your SAS, you used fabritech's 8" kit, right? I know they have a 6" kit, which would be ideal for me (for various reasons) assuming i wouldnt have clearance issues. Judging from your lift, do you think i could get away with 6", or is the 8" better/safer?
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Re: quick Dana44 question

they dont have a 6 inch kit, and there kit sucks! want to buy mine? [img]images/graemlins/blush.gif[/img] mines coming off as soon as i get my zuk done and wheelable again.
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Re: quick Dana44 question

thats odd, broncograveyard's site says they do. Oh well.
Why do you hate it so? Lack of strength, or flex, or something?
This was kinda spur-of-the-moment thing, so i dunno how im gonna do it it just yet.
I was hoping for a 6" kit, since im only allowed 9" of lift anyway, which, with that 8" kit, would mean i could only legally run 33's [img]images/graemlins/shocked.gif[/img] (I know, i know, move!)
If the time comes, and i dont have a solution, maybe i will buy it off ya!
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Re: quick Dana44 question

they dont have a 6 inch kit, they say you can use 6 inch coils.
the whole track bar setup is just junk....
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Re: quick Dana44 question

Yeah ive read a couple of places that the trac bar mount is not that good and really affects articulation of the axle. Also with their kits a 6 inch coil will actually give you 8 inches of lift , according to them.
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