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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-05-2000, 11:11 AM
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94 D30 into 00 D30

Ok, first of all I know that the 94 is reverse cut gears and the 00 is standard cut gears but what I need to know is if the Warn hub conversion kit and one-piece alloy axles of the 94 will fit the 00. The reason I ask is because I can get a complete D30 with all that and 4.56 gears for less than half of the cost of just the front hub conversion. Even if it doesn't work for my TJ I could always swap everything out for my 96 XJ. Let me know what you all come up with.

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Re: 94 D30 into 00 D30

C'mon, somebody has to have some input on this. All I really want to know is if the hub conversion and warn axle shafts from the 94 D30 will work in the 2000 D30.

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Re: 94 D30 into 00 D30

As far as I know the only differance between the two are the regular rotation gears, crush sleave pinion preload, and the one piece long axle in the TJ. They are supposed to be the same width, same knuckles, bearings etc. Oh yeah one other major differance of course is the suspension mounts, IE coils vs leaves. The axles and hubs should fit the 00 TJ axle, ring and pinion from 94 won't fit 00. TJ standard rotation gears are even different than the CJ standard roation gears, TJ uses a crush sleave to set pinion pre-load while the CJ uses shims to set the pre-load. good luck

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