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post #1 of 17 Old 03-15-2003, 06:19 AM Thread Starter
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What vehicle would I be able to pull some dana 44 axles off of and be compatable?

What vehicle would I be able to pull some dana 44 axles off of and be compatable? Roughly how much do you figure they would cost?

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post #2 of 17 Old 03-15-2003, 09:37 PM
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First, a question. What kind of vehicle do you have?
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post #3 of 17 Old 03-15-2003, 09:46 PM
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Why are there so many people on here with out a signature, to show what kind of Jeep they have? How hard is that?

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post #4 of 17 Old 03-16-2003, 03:39 PM
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Isnt this a CJ board, so unless the poster is a idiot, i would guess he has a CJ.


No 44 will bolt into a CJ. The front will either have to be cut down, or outboard the springs.

The rear will need new spring perches welded on to match the CJ frame width.
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Actually a Dana 44 from an '86 CJ7 will bolt in if he has a '82 to '86. That's why I asked.
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Actually a Dana 44 from an '86 CJ7 will bolt in if he has a '82 to '86. That's why I asked.
If you can find one, and you dont mind paying with your arm and leg.
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First, a question. What kind of vehicle do you have?

Question Came from JEEPCJ7 , so I would assume he has a cj7 .

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Question Came from JEEPCJ7 , so I would assume he has a cj7 .
.....which could either be wide track ('82-86) or narrow track ('76-81). That's the whole reason why Sam asked. The originator of the post also could be asking for someone else's Jeep.
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post #9 of 17 Old 03-17-2003, 03:54 PM
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Keyword "Assumed"

And yes, people should use the signature feature And AS FAR as his question goes ......... Well yes we need more info on vehicle .

Easy guys Easy !

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So do we "assume" that it's wide track or narrow?

Funny how the originator of the post hasn't offered any more info.
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Plain and simple put your "rig in your sig"
I post on other boards other than the TJ board...but no questions are asked , because I...put my "rig in my sig"

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If the guy/girl is looking for d44's. I think its easy to say that what he has now, doesnt matter. I havent seen a single CJ owner that has swapped in a front 44 narrowed to match a narrow track width.

And like CSP said, where the hell is the orginal poster
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Plain and simple put your "rig in your sig"
I post on other boards other than the TJ board...but no questions are asked , because I...put my "rig in my sig"
I think a long sig like yours that take up 12 lines suck. But you dont here me *****ing about it over and over again. If the poster doesnt put what he/she has in the post, too bad for him and we all can just go off of our gut.
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I used to have a sig with all my stuff but it seemed sort of cheesy to me so I haven't had one for a while. How's this?

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I think a long sig like yours that take up 12 lines suck.
I'm just getting my money's worth

"What??????" now that sux

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