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Old 09-08-2006, 10:25 AM   #1
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Well here we go... I have an 1989 4 bangger yj thats is in need of axles, gears and locks. Looking for front and rear upgraded set of axles. Mayde a 44 in front and a 8.8 rear (don't have to be geared and locked). (Please advice if its a good setup or opiniate your thought) Looking to put 4:88 gears and lock em up. Let me know if anyone has something like this laying around to get ride of!!!! Thanx!!!!!!!!
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I know of a set of D44 front and rear with chromoly axles front anf rear, locked, but I think they are 4:56 gears. Only problem is it's a passenger drop front axle, maybe cut and swap the tubes? Let me know.
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I know of a set of D44 front and rear with chromoly axles front anf rear, locked, but I think they are 4:56 gears. Only problem is it's a passenger drop front axle, maybe cut and swap the tubes? Let me know.
Sorry about my tardines, what is it that they are asking for them and what is the degree of dificulty to cut and swap the tubes. Thanx!!!!!!!
Are you located in Port Mansfield?
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No, I'm in South Ft. Worth. I'll check on price, and I'm not sure on cutting and swapping the tubes, some others on this site have done it.

Here is the thread on them.
http://www.texas4x4.org/showthread.php?t=11525
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Thanks Mitch. (I sort-of share Mitch's shop)
I was going to put them in my 94-XJ and was planning a D300 xfer swap to get the pas drop issue covered. Asking $1400 for the set. Will add axel build list as soon as I pull it. Or check my post for 5 mostly new 35" Dunlop's. These are ready to go for 35" 4:56 gear, but understand the thought for lower gear. Had 36" boggers before, still have those tires and rims at shop (different owner).
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Old 09-12-2006, 10:18 AM   #6
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I was going to put them in my 94-XJ and was planning a D300 xfer swap to get the pas drop issue covered. Asking $1400 for the set. Will add axel build list as soon as I pull it. Or check my post for 5 mostly new 35" Dunlop's. These are ready to go for 35" 4:56 gear, but understand the thought for lower gear. Had 36" boggers before, still have those tires and rims at shop (different owner).
Sounds like a good set but I would only mess your set up being that I'm going with 4:88 and was looking for maybe something cheaper that I could build. Thanx Bro!!!

Anyone else have anything I could use?
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