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Unread 09-13-2012, 11:00 PM   #1
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High Pinion Dana 44 Questions

I know that this has been beaten half to death by thousands of people but I was wondering about Front 44 strength. I picked up a high pinion dana 44 that has the thicker tubes and is 65" wide. I was thinking about running 4.88s RCV shafts, and an E-locker in it. I know every one will say its a matter of time but how do the RCV shafts hold up? It will be ran with 37s and I have a 4.0 and a 5 speed. I am mainly looking for ground clearance on logs and deep ruts, thats most of the wheelin' around here. Thanks for the input on shafts.

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