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post #1 of 2 Old 06-20-2008, 07:09 AM Thread Starter
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mopar m44 swap question

From what i'm reading track width on my dana 30 (83 cj-8) is 56". Seriously considering the mopar JK rubicon rear, 4.10's, rubicon e-locker, Dana 44, discs, 1300$. track width is 61.9". Here's the ? Can I use a negative back space in the rear of 1" to bring the tire center to around 60" and use 5.5 to 5 adapters on the front 1.5" to bring the front out to 59"? This will make the front narrower than the rear which is the opposite of factory, any problems here?

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bump for the axle gurus
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