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Unread 11-30-2012, 12:57 PM   #1
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How do I know what a dana 35 looks like?

I'm trying to buy another dana 35 rear axle but none are on craiglist. I want to go to the junkyard and pick one up. But how do I tell if its a dana 35?Also how do I know what ratio of gears it has?
1991 yj 4 cylinder 4:11 gears

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Unread 11-30-2012, 01:01 PM   #2
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If you can find a 4cyl YJ, it will be a direct match. All 4cyl wranglers have a d35 with 4.10s from the factory. Why are you having to replace it? Possibly time for am upgrade instead of replacing the same problem:/
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You want to know what it looks like? Photos here: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/st...ations-452871/

How do you determine axle gear ratio? http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/fa...-ratio-615380/
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If you can find a 4cyl YJ, it will be a direct match. All 4cyl wranglers have a d35 with 4.10s from the factory. Why are you having to replace it? Possibly time for am upgrade instead of replacing the same problem:/
Thanyou..Well I just bought the jeep. And the rear axle is locked up. And I figured that putting a d35 would be the easiest. I just want to slap another one back on there without having to weld or anything like that. ( I don't have a welder) and I am just using my lawn money from last summer on this jeep so I am on a tight budget. But I am open to all suggestions. Also I have an ax5 on the jeep and it is bad to. I have a good ax15 just sitting in the shop. So my question is can I switch the bell houseing off the ax5 to the 15. And if I do that will everything mount fine?
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Unread 11-30-2012, 01:46 PM   #5
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I'm not sure about the trans but for the axle, find a 4 cyl YJ and pull the rear. That's the easiest.

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I'm not sure about the trans but for the axle, find a 4 cyl YJ and pull the rear. That's the easiest.

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Okay thank you. Help a lot
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