Dana 44 for an 1997 XJ
Any recommendations for locating a Dana 44? Wanting to replace my 35? Is it possible to find these for sale nowadays? Thanks
The D44 will be harder to find. A great option is the Ford 8.8 out of an Explorer. Disc brakes, limited slip, and they come in 3:73 or 4:10. Takes a little bit of fab with the perch mounts, but well worth it. Also, if you go that route, get the driveshaft flange as well.
1994 Cherokee Sport - 4.0 HO - AW4 - 4WD
Originally Posted by Rob99
Originally Posted by bigsquat
Real Jeeps have dents
The XJ D44 is very difficult to find. Try www.car-part.com. The Chrysler 8.25 is almost as good as the D44, easy to find, and bolts right in. The Ford 8.8 is good, but in my opinion is too much work unless you are wanting the free gear ratio change.
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