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I know this page is for short wheel base jeeps, but I will ask anyway.
Today I looked under the cherokee to see if I could figure out what type axles it has.
It is all stock, but I still wanted to know.
On the rear axle I looked to the right side of the diff cover and saw 35-C.
I am assuming this is a Dana 35-C axle.
On the front axle I was unsuccessful in finding any numbers whatsoever.
Does anybody happen to know what axles were used in the front of Cherokees in '87?
Are the 35-C axles any good for moderate wheelin' with 30" tires?
Also, how am I supposed to know what gears are in the diff?
Is it stamped near the same place on the diff?
Next on the list is identifying the axles on my '46 Willys.
I looked, and scraped off goo, and looked, and scraped off goo, and looked some more, but I never found anything but patent numbers.
Is there something different in identifying older axles like these?
The axles on the Willys are stock too.
All I know about the drive train on the Willys is it has the L-134 motor, Three speed tranny, and a spicer 18 x-fer case.
Beyond that is up to you guys help.
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