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Old October 22nd, 2006, 03:16 PM   #1
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i just put some in a couple of weeks ago. sadly, i broke 8 teeth off of the ring gear, rendering it useless. the pinion has a couple of knicks in it, but i think i should replace it anyway. let me know what you have and if you are willing to trade anything. i have posts in parts for sale if you need anything.

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i also would be willing to trade my detroit locker for a detroit true-trac and the gear set. if someone has 4:88's for a d-30/35; i wouldn't mind that route also. thanks
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Old October 22nd, 2006, 03:36 PM   #2
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you need to replace the ring and pinion as a set, they are matched/lapped to each other.
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Old October 22nd, 2006, 03:53 PM   #3
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yeah; i was going to anyway, even if i did find some with the same dimensions, just in case my pinion was weakened when the ring broke

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Pleeeeeeease don't put any more money into a Dana-35. Find yourself an Explorer 8.8 or an MJ/XJ Dana 44 and put your money into something that will last.
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Old October 22nd, 2006, 05:11 PM   #5
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i have a detroit locker for a d-35, and 2 extra complete axles; so i kind of want to use what i already have an abundance of. i would prefer the 8.8 or 9 inch, but the locker will not work; plus i have so many extra parts, and i am sure no one wants them....
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There may be a reason why no one wants them...
I totally understand the desire to use the free stuff that's already lying around. Heck, that's why I rarely throw anything out. :tonka: But I've learned that there's also great value in the piece of mind of not worrying about snapping shafts and spitting teeth. I own 3 MJs now and they have a 9", AMC-20, and Dana 44 (one piece shafts). My newest one lost it's Dana 35 before even being plated and it's only running mild 31s. Maybe it's just my personal grudge against the 35, but I will not let one strand me ever again. The 35 in my garage is being stripped of shafts, spider gears, etc (for trail repairs of other peoples rigs) and then it's off to the scrap yard with it, good riddance.
If you ever change your mind, PM me and I'll help you find a cheap Explorer 8.8 with disks and then you can regear that (once and only once).
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anyone know if my non c-clip brakes for my dana 35 fit onto a dana 44?? they stop awesome and i just got everything brand new not even a week ago. they have massive drums and stop better than my little car.
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Yeah, I'm a little comfused by that statement. I've never seen 35 brakes that would be considered large. Any chance you could measure them? Off-hand I think my MJ drums are 10"x2.5"
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i meant they are huge compared to the non c-clip. they stop a TON better than the "newer" design found on the c-clip style. when i had to put a non c-clip axle on; my breaking improved drastically; i even have 35 inch tires and it can stop better than my little mazda
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If you had the 9" drums before, then I agree that the 10"x1.75 would certainly look a lot bigger. I have the 9" ones on this D-35. The XJ/MJ Dana 44 drums are bigger still. And then there's the 8.8 disks.
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