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Re: What to look for in a Waggy D44
If it is in fact a late 70 waggie front D44 and you have a CJ with a D300 it is an absolute steel for 100 bucks.
That axle has flat top knuckels, 30 spline shafts are are nice and beefy, it is very easy to convert to manual hubs for even more strength, disk breaks. And the diff drop is on the correct side for the D300.
It is a really solid front axle to build.