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Old January 2nd, 2007, 05:24 PM   #1
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Default YJ Dana 30 Axle Shafts (2 piece pass. side) SOLD

What the title says, YJ dana 30 Axle shafts. Both have new u-joints, unfortunately not the larger size. I do not have the collar to connect the intermediate to the outer shaft. The bushing that the intermediate shaft slides into has a chip and a crack in the bushing. It does not appear that it would effect the bushing though (in other words it didn't bother me). You could always slide your shafts bushing in it when you broke.

$80.00

I bought them for spares but now I'm going to be running a 44.

Even though they look like axle shafts, I took pics just in case:

You can sort of see the chip on the right and the crack on the bottom. THESE DEFECTS ARE IN THE BUSHING< NOT THE SHAFT.


PM me if you are interesed. Pick available in Lansing or Sterling Heights.

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Old January 8th, 2007, 07:55 PM   #2
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Bump - be safe on the trail. Cheap and easy insurance.....

I'd be willing to trade for a pair (2) of 35" mud tires also, they'd have to be 1/2 tread or better and depending on what they were, I could throw in some money too.

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Old January 9th, 2007, 03:42 PM   #3
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or do you know if they fit in a 94
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Short answer: YES they will, in fact I think that's what they came out of.

Long answer for info purposes:
The only difference in the disconnect axles in YJ's are the U-joint size. In 95 they started using a larger u-joint which is somewhat stronger. So 95's have 297's and axles prior had 260's (IIRC on those numbers). Either way the actual fitment of the axles is the same. Any year YJ fronts will work in any year of YJ.

The U-joints are brand spankin' new too. The guy I bought them from had the brand new u-joints in the box and no u-joints in the shafts. I installed the new joints before I started carrying them and have never run on the axles.
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if they were the wider u joint shafts id take em
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Old January 9th, 2007, 07:37 PM   #6
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if they were the wider u joint shafts id take em

That was my original thought too, I wasn't super excited to buy them but then decided that anyway I cut it I wanted to have spares, I found these and it was a good deal and if I broke my stock ones, I would dump these in for the rest of the trip and when I got home, buy some Alloy's and upgrade. Then I'd still have these for spares again. Sure they're not an upgrade shaft but they make great "keep me on the trails for the rest of the weekend so I didn't drive 5.5 hours for nothings" spares. :tonka:
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