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Unread 08-17-2007, 10:41 AM   #46
jeepster93
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I'll sell you a D30/35 combo with 4.56 gears for $100

Heck, I even have a super 35 with disc brakes, I've got no use for, but it has 4.11 gears and a detroit in it, set up for leaf springs.

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Unread 08-17-2007, 11:01 AM   #47
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Originally Posted by jeepster93
I'll sell you a D30/35 combo with 4.56 gears for $100

Heck, I even have a super 35 with disc brakes, I've got no use for, but it has 4.11 gears and a detroit in it, set up for leaf springs.

You know, I'd be very willing to talk to you about that. I've got a 35 sitting in my garage with 4.56's, but with all the TJ brackets on it. Since I finally figured out the vibe (knock on wood), I might as well make the Jeep more comfortable to drive, and gear it better so I get better mileage. PM me with the info on the S35, and what you're look for for it $$ wise. The ones I was looking at fell through , so I am back at square one again. I could always swap the gearsets out on my 35 to the S35 and put that in, and then regear or swap the front end with your D30 with the 4.56's.
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