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Unread 04-29-2013, 06:45 PM   #1
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HPD30 out of a 95 to 99 xj

I'm looking to do a swap to a high pinion D30 and just need to know are the spring perches control arms and all that other good stuff in the right place? I don't have a welder to move anything. And is this the best move for me at 300 bucks? I'm going to be lifting it later this year 7in with 35s (hopefully this summer) and I've got to get rid of these CV axles and yes T-case swap will be done also. And while I got your expertise here what would a good rear diff be?

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