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**DONOTDELETE** 11-08-1999 10:33 AM

How wide is rear J10 ,Cherokee Chiefs, or Grand Wagoneer axle?
 
I just bought a 67" wide Dana 44 front axle. It's 67" from wheel mounting flange to WMF. I need a rear axle to match, preferably a six lug. Do any of the J10s, Cherokee Cheifs or Grand Wagoneers have a rear 44 that is anywhere close to this width? What is the bolt pattern too, if you know. TIA,
Sean
PS. Need a centered rear pumpkin, so quadra-trac auto vehicles are out, right?

**DONOTDELETE** 11-10-1999 06:34 PM

Re: How wide is rear J10 ,Cherokee Chiefs, or Grand Wagoneer axle?
 
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what type vehincle u gets this 67' axle from??


**DONOTDELETE** 11-15-1999 07:26 PM

Re: How wide is rear J10 ,Cherokee Chiefs, or Grand Wagoneer axle?
 
Actually, I was wrong. It's 67.5" and it's out of a 78 Chevy 4WD truck.
Sean


**DONOTDELETE** 11-25-1999 01:47 PM

Re: How wide is rear J10 ,Cherokee Chiefs, or Grand Wagoneer axle?
 
Just get the Corporate 10 or 12 to match out of thousands of blazers or pickups. The FSJ axles will be much too narrow. I know of someone selling on for $150.

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**DONOTDELETE** 11-25-1999 08:02 PM

Re: How wide is rear J10 ,Cherokee Chiefs, or Grand Wagoneer axle?
 
cherokee axles are in the 60 inch wide range, where did you measure that axle? I thought they were usually only 68 inches flange to flange? look for a semi-float dana 60 out of the rear of an early blazer or pickup, hard to find but the best setup.


**DONOTDELETE** 11-27-1999 05:10 PM

Re: How wide is rear J10 ,Cherokee Chiefs, or Grand Wagoneer axle?
 
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if ur gonna use a GM front axle, u shood get a mathcing GM rea axle. less headaches...



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