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Anyone use a Jeep Commando D44 rear axle?

I found one for $50.00 with a recent rebuild (The owner just wants to get rid of it.). It's got a centered 3rd. Has anyone tried using one with a stock T-case? I knopw it's been used with a D-20. So, how about using a D-20 T-case with a 16V engine?
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Re: Anyone use a Jeep Commando D44 rear axle?

IS that the same as a J-10?
If so, then yeah it will work just the same as any D44 would. They are kinda wider then the Waggies!
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Re: Anyone use a Jeep Commando D44 rear axle?

The Commando D44 is actually just as narrow as a Sami. I was just wondering how the rear driveshaft would work. Will there be any driveline issues with the shaft being a little diagonal?
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Re: Anyone use a Jeep Commando D44 rear axle?

I can't tell you from experience but I've been told you can. However you may want to use a double-carden style shaft.
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