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Jeep Gear & Install Packages!Rough Country Lift Kits and Parts!USA Standard Chromoly Front Axle Shaft Kits with Dana 30 4

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Unread 09-30-2010, 07:02 AM   #16
chupacabrah
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the fab work isn't very difficult...basically just getting perches welded onto an 8.8.

if you don't want to or can't really do it,
these guys are local to me and do good work, and they sell reasonably priced complete assemblies:
Complete Ford 8.8" Rear Axle Assembly Jeep YJ Ready to Bolt In Axle Swap


if you don't have an SYE and CV driveshaft...you probably want to do that as well when you do this axle swap!

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