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Old September 16th, 2006, 08:34 PM   #1
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Is there a lock out conversion for a dodge d44 from a 70-something truck? I can't seem to find one if there is.

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Is there some off the shelf stuff I can use to do the same thing but still keep the 4 on 4.5?
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Is there a lock out conversion for a dodge d44 from a 70-something truck? I can't seem to find one if there is.

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Is there some off the shelf stuff I can use to do the same thing but still keep the 4 on 4.5?
What you running "Pinto" spindles Everything I have seen to swap over that retains 5 on 4.5 uses the ranger hubs. My .o2 they are not worth the $$$. Now the warn 5 on 5.5 stuff is pretty price but also a sweet setup.
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Well, I have this d44 from a dodge truck and was thinking about sticking it in the YJ but I would like lockouts.

I also don't wanna buy new rims cuz I am sorta cheap.
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it a 77 dodge. the jeeps not a dd anyway so run it locked all the time.
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Well, I have this d44 from a dodge truck and was thinking about sticking it in the YJ but I would like lockouts.

I also don't wanna buy new rims cuz I am sorta cheap.
sorta? haha
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it a 77 dodge. the jeeps not a dd anyway so run it locked all the time.
x1 billion. lincoln lock it too.
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it a 77 dodge. the jeeps not a dd anyway so run it locked all the time.
:miff: I want lock-outs because I flat tow every once in a while. I don't care about the DD thing. I am just getting tired of pulling the driveshafts out everytime I flat tow. The axle will have a locker. I will never wheel again without lockers.
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Short answer... NO.

Long answer... NO.

With 44's come new wheels.
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With 44's come new wheels.
Well...if you want lockouts. No new wheels if I want it like it is.
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http://www.warn.com/truck/hubs/premi...on_chart.shtml


http://www.milemarker.com/4x2conversion.html
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