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post #1 of 13 Old 07-07-2017, 05:08 PM Thread Starter
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Need help! Jeep wrangler tj

Recently my dads 1997 Jeep Wrangler TJ Sport 4.0L Rear Differential Spider Gears Broke. its a 5 Speed Manual non abs and we have been looking for the spider gears for a long time but cant find the right ones if anyone has a link to a site where we can find the Spider Gears please help! i am 17 Years Old sorry if I dont know much about Jeeps Thanks

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post #2 of 13 Old 07-07-2017, 07:50 PM
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Recently my dads 1997 Jeep Wrangler TJ Sport 4.0L Rear Differential Spider Gears Broke. its a 5 Speed Manual non abs and we have been looking for the spider gears for a long time but cant find the right ones if anyone has a link to a site where we can find the Spider Gears please help! i am 17 Years Old sorry if I dont know much about Jeeps Thanks

Friend of mine broke the spider gears in his '98 and we just went on eBay and bought a new set for $50 with free shipping, had them 4 days later. Several sellers usually offer just the spider gears with the little curved shim washers that ride on the back of them for around that price if the spider gears are all you need. Some even include a new center pin.

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Where are you located? I'm in the Seattle area and if you're local you can come pull the ones out of my old Dana 35

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Where are you located? I'm in the Seattle area and if you're local you can come pull the ones out of my old Dana 35

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D35 or D44, has it been clarified yet.

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im located in Boston Massachusetts :/
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pretty sure dana 35
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D35 or D44, has it been clarified yet.
Pretty sure its a Dana 35 but how can you tell?..
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Im located in Boston Massachusetts :/
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Is the fill plug made out of rubber? If so its the d35...
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Is the fill plug made out of rubber?...
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