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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-15-2004, 10:02 PM
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Axle Question

I have a 1994 Jeep YJ with a 4.0L; it's my daily driver so taking it off the road for a couple months to work on it tends to be difficult. I would like to fix it up. Lift it, paint it and work on a complete job on it. But if I'm going to do it I would like to do it once and right. So I would like to upgrade the axles to Dana 44 or higher to keep from running in to problem with the stock Dana 35 seeing I was to get 35's under it. Do you have any good ideas of good used axles that would fix with out too much machine work or would it be better to pick up new ones? Also is the full-traction Bolt-On Spring Over worth the money for a 7.5" lift? Just a couple questions I guess.



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If you want to upgrade both axles at the same time, 81-91 grand wagoneer axles are a good swap. BTW, fill out your profile and hang around.
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