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Unread 08-25-2013, 07:48 PM   #1
treygan
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Dana 35 to 8.8 swap in TJ

Ok so I have a 98 wrangler with a 350 sbc and it has the ax-15 transmission. It currently has stock axles. The ring and pinion in the dana 35 is toast due to sbc, 35 inch tires, and probably a little heavy of a foot. I have been told that the 8.8 is a good choice for a replacement. I was just wondering how well it works with the pumpkin being offset a little. I am kind of new to all this and this may be a dumb question. But please help before I go buy an 8.8.

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