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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-11-2002, 11:04 AM Thread Starter
 
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questions on dana 35c

i just found that atleast my drivers side shaft is bent and it looks like the pinion is also i hant checked the passenger side yet but am guessing it is allso. what am i going to expect to pay for a new 35? and is it the same as all the others i thought that the "C" was a special clip that held it differantly right? is this going to be hard to find one?

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Re: questions on dana 35c

You shouldn't have a trouble in the world finding a new d35. Infact, I have one sitting in my garage from my '93 YJ. But might I suggest you don't even waste your time fixing or replacing that POS. Go find a G-Waggy and get a rear d44. BTW - What gears are you running?
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Re: questions on dana 35c

Contrary to popular belief, the "c" is not in reference to the C-Clip (which it does in fact have) but it stands for "Custom." Chrysler had the axles shipped to them from spicer and assembled at their plant, making them "custom." Really quite irrelevant, but that's what it means. A new D35 will be pennies, but I agree with Jam, go for a D44 while you're swapping, cause it's not much more work and you'll thank yourself later when you're on a trail cussing out your stocker axle for crapping out on you. Just my 2 cents. If not, you can pick up a good D35 out of a yard for under $300.
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