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Old March 23rd, 2011, 01:57 PM   #1
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Default 8.8 question / d35 question

There was a place selling 8.8s really cheep and they had a pile of them. It was posted on here and located down state I believe.


I run 32/1150 MTs with a 4.0


Im considering a truss and aussie/LS vs 8.8 swap. Thoes who have actuly run a 33 or smaller on locked dana 35 what was your expirence.

I have enough parts to assemble 3 dana 35s w/ 4.11s and atleast 5 sets of axle shafts. I know theres no way Ill sell all of this crap and I hate to scrap it.

This jeep will not go larger than a 33-1050


I know this isnt going to end well but Im curous. I have broken axle shafts in the old d35 I had but it was bent. Since I swaped it for a straight one and welded the tubes to the center I have beat the piss out of it with no issue.

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Old March 23rd, 2011, 02:56 PM   #2
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Ive been wheeling my d35 on 32x10.50 and I got some 33x12.5 tsl's that ive been playing around with for about a month, had them at the dog party 2 last weekend and its holding up fine to being locked.

I should add im only 4 cylinder powered

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