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Unread 02-20-2013, 05:58 PM   #691
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The passenger drop front axle is obvious if you take a gander under your Yj. Isuzu Dana 44's aren't as strong as most Dana 44's like those that come in a Yj so your best get would be on preservation. Why that? Because for the cost of a new set of cheap steel wheels you can have a 8.8 out of the junkyard or you can search Craigslist for a busted explorer and swap the disc brakes in yourself if you have the right gears. And you have the right bolt pattern so you only bought an axle and not a set of wheels and tried to do the spacer math for five or six lug difference front to back.

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Unread 02-20-2013, 06:00 PM   #692
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Think it will fit mine because I gots the 4.0 oilpan and ax15?
Better order now, I am willing to get there is a horde of people lined up to buy them since it was posted.
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Unread 02-20-2013, 06:05 PM   #693
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why would you want to? you already have the HP30 and the Chrysler 8.25 is a turd with almost no aftermarket support
I guess I was looking at the gearing. They match so it seems easy (and cheaper. The lowest I was quoted by a shop in my area for a re-gear was $1300 for a single axle, $2100 for both.) and from what I've read, doing gears isn't something that you can do without a lot of experience?

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The passenger drop front axle is obvious if you take a gander under your Yj. Isuzu Dana 44's aren't as strong as most Dana 44's like those that come in a Yj so your best get would be on preservation. Why that? Because for the cost of a new set of cheap steel wheels you can have a 8.8 out of the junkyard or you can search Craigslist for a busted explorer and swap the disc brakes in yourself if you have the right gears. And you have the right bolt pattern so you only bought an axle and not a set of wheels and tried to do the spacer math for five or six lug difference front to back.
Thanks again. God going on only a few hours of sleep combined from the last few days is killing me. I didn't even notice the lug pattern difference. I feel dumb lol.

I've just broadened my search. I've checked all three JYs that are local to me and not one of them has an 8.8 with 4.10 gears so I would be forced to regear either the 8.8 or my 30 to make it all match, which like I said earlier, is expensive as hell around here.

Oh well I'll keep looking. Thanks for the support
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Unread 02-20-2013, 06:28 PM   #694
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Sounds like you need to befriend someone in a local 4x4 club to do it for a lot cheaper.
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Unread 02-21-2013, 06:07 AM   #695
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A pic of my lower mounts.
They are cheap, like 12 bucks a pair and are simple in design.
ahhhhh thanks I get it now... so can you 'splain to me why teraflex's are $35?? jeez I hope they're grade 8...
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Unread 02-21-2013, 06:54 AM   #696
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I guess I was looking at the gearing. They match so it seems easy (and cheaper. The lowest I was quoted by a shop in my area for a re-gear was $1300 for a single axle, $2100 for both.) and from what I've read, doing gears isn't something that you can do without a lot of experience?

Thanks again. God going on only a few hours of sleep combined from the last few days is killing me. I didn't even notice the lug pattern difference. I feel dumb lol.

I've just broadened my search. I've checked all three JYs that are local to me and not one of them has an 8.8 with 4.10 gears so I would be forced to regear either the 8.8 or my 30 to make it all match, which like I said earlier, is expensive as hell around here.

Oh well I'll keep looking. Thanks for the support
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Unread 02-21-2013, 08:02 AM   #697
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ahhhhh thanks I get it now... so can you 'splain to me why teraflex's are $35?? jeez I hope they're grade 8...
Because they attach to those mounts and swivel so you can use the angle drilled in the bar.

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Unread 02-21-2013, 08:07 AM   #698
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Because they attach to those mounts and swivel so you can use the angle drilled in the bar.

whoa. That's different!! Thanks! I'll be welding it to a JK44 but should be basically the same I think (hope)...
... so do I need 1x$35 or 2x$35? I ordered one...
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Unread 02-21-2013, 08:27 AM   #699
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Got this in an e-mail this morning. My skidplate has shipped. By the end of the week.


"Thank you for your order from TeraFlex! Your product has now been shipped. "

Cool.

I will post a pic or 2 when it happens...
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Unread 02-21-2013, 08:53 AM   #700
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whoa. That's different!! Thanks! I'll be welding it to a JK44 but should be basically the same I think (hope)...
... so do I need 1x$35 or 2x$35? I ordered one...
It's a set. Unless you wanna be a brah and have a dozen shocks in the rear.
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It's a set. Unless you wanna be a brah and have a dozen shocks in the rear.
LOL ok good, thanks
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Unread 02-21-2013, 09:15 AM   #702
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Got this in an e-mail this morning. My skidplate has shipped. By the end of the week.


"Thank you for your order from TeraFlex! Your product has now been shipped. "

Cool.

I will post a pic or 2 when it happens...
Good luck with that... I've heard mixed reviews with the Tera skid bending easily (I'm assuming your talking belly up skid). I'm going with Kilby when I do mine...
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Sounds like you need to befriend someone in a local 4x4 club to do it for a lot cheaper.
You're probably right on that one. My only experience with 4x4 clubs was about 4-5 years ago when I was living in SoCal. I joined a local club down there and had a bad experience. They were all pretentious d-bags that ripped on everyone that didn't have 50-60k built rigs. At the time I had my TJ with a 3" lift and 33s and the next smallest tire size in the group was 37s. They were on a high horse and turned me off of clubs...but you're right I should find one around here and check them out.

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Unread 02-21-2013, 10:54 AM   #704
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That's exactly why I started my own club. Look for something family friendly and not just a bunch of jerks wanting to drink and wheel.
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Unread 02-21-2013, 12:40 PM   #705
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You're probably right on that one. My only experience with 4x4 clubs was about 4-5 years ago when I was living in SoCal. I joined a local club down there and had a bad experience. They were all pretentious d-bags that ripped on everyone that didn't have 50-60k built rigs. At the time I had my TJ with a 3" lift and 33s and the next smallest tire size in the group was 37s. They were on a high horse and turned me off of clubs...but you're right I should find one around here and check them out.



Boise, Idaho.

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mmm little far for me to drive lol. and x2 on starting the club. canman told me to and i still havent but we have a group of guys that always go together. 3 guys on 37s 2 on 33s 2 on 31s and nobody is on tons so it makes for some pretty even wheeling
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