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post #1 of 5 Old 06-03-2010, 01:32 PM Thread Starter
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dana 44 LSD

can anyone tell me what diff this is?

i pulled the rear out of a 1987 cherokee pioneer didnt seem to have the tow package unless it was removed...

anyways i turned the one axle and was excited to see the other spin with it...

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no one??????
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No tag I assume? Check the gears, otherwise it looks like a D44. But many Cherokees had a Chrysler 8.25, not sure what that would look like though.


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sorry maybe i should have cleared things up some...

it is a dana 44 as per the thread title im trying to find out what limited slip diff it is tho...

its 3.07 gears i pulled from a 5 speed 1987 cherokee pioneer
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Almost certainly a Trac-Lok. Don't get too excited; these things are about useless for wheeling. Arguably, having a limited slip is a bad thing because now you can't even install a lunchbox locker with getting a new carrier and setting up the gears.
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