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Unread 09-24-2003, 12:36 AM   #1
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evolution axles...

hey jeepers!!!
Alright guys in my previous threads i told you that i was running 35 inch tsl's... the dana 44 in the rear is plenty strong for these. However the dana 30 front is lacking in strength...
I was wondering if i swapped in these axles ( pretty cheap compared to a full d44 convo) into the d30 housing, would this be strong enough to do some moderate wheeling???
Thanks guys

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Unread 09-24-2003, 10:09 AM   #2
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Your 30 will handle 35's. I'm doing it. What type of wheeling are you trying to do? If you go paST 35's then you should start to worry. In 95 the 30 was upgraded to the 297 u joints (same as the 44). That is usually your weak link.
2007, 4 door, powered by a minivan engine, locked and riding on 35's.

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