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Unread 12-01-2007, 12:13 PM   #1
Bclevy
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Jeep Wagoneer axle question

I was wondering if a Jeep Wagoneer axle will fit in my 02 TJ. Ive got a a guy that would give me the axles and transfer case if I come get it. Ihe said the Wagoneer is 1990ish he thinks. Thanks for any help!

Brent

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Unread 12-02-2007, 10:26 AM   #2
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I was wondering if a Jeep Wagoneer axle will fit in my 02 TJ. Ive got a a guy that would give me the axles and transfer case if I come get it. Ihe said the Wagoneer is 1990ish he thinks. Thanks for any help!

Brent
it'll be the right width if thats what you're asking. your gonna need coil buckets, control arm and trackbar brackets welded on front and rear
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Unread 12-04-2007, 07:42 PM   #3
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'87 to '90 Wagoneers are XJs (same as the Cherokee) with D30 front and M20/D35/D44/8.25 rear. Grand Wagoneer is an FSJ with D44 front and M20 or D44 (available '87 up mixed with M20s till they ran out). Note that pre '80 D44 rears are all offset to the right (QT ones more than Dana/Spicer 20 tcased ones)
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