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Old February 28th, 2007, 11:02 AM   #1
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Talking SOLD - J-20 D44/D60 rear, 3.73, open

The rear is from this vehicle. Centered. $150.

SOLD - The front is from this vehicle. LP, drive flanges, pass drop.


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Old April 2nd, 2007, 08:45 AM   #2
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Bump. Buy these for your CJ or 1/2 ton FSJ!
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Old April 11th, 2007, 10:10 AM   #3
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Bolt them into this for an insta-tow rig and cool-ass wheeler.
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where are all the people that used to get all giddy about 3/4T axles? they are still good parts, everyone doesnt need a D60 front. what is the spring width on the front?
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where are all the people that used to get all giddy about 3/4T axles? they are still good parts, everyone doesnt need a D60 front. what is the spring width on the front?
I don't happen to know. The springs should be the same width as other FSJ's.
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i was just wondering how far offset the diff was, maybe its close to YJ width, like a 79 F-250?
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i was just wondering how far offset the diff was, maybe its close to YJ width, like a 79 F-250?
Oh, you mean the spring perch spacing. Its pretty close, but not dead-on like F-250. I think its something like 1/2" wider than YJ on each side. You can actually just bolt them into a YJ, but your shackles will be splayed outboard like this and its not really recommended:




That's a 1980-up driver-drop Waggie D44 shown, but its still the same deal. I believe 1X1_Speed_Craig has a thread someplace about this which addresses how much spring perch you have to add to each inboard side, but I can't find it at the moment. I believe the cheapo-process forpeople who didn't want to grind off and relocate the perches was add some inboard perch, fill the center pin hole with weld material, and then drill a new center pin hole in the right location. I just can't recall the correct dimension.

Monkeyevil also started this one, which has a lot of good info:

http://www.greatlakes4x4.com/showthread.php?p=505910

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i see, sounds like its pretty close. i dont need one, as i dont have a YJ, but i just thought that it might help you sell it if people realize that it is a pretty simple swap into a YJ. you should put that in your title, good yj axle swap. anyway, free bump for a dodge guy!
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i see, sounds like its pretty close. i dont need one, as i dont have a YJ, but i just thought that it might help you sell it if people realize that it is a pretty simple swap into a YJ. you should put that in your title, good yj axle swap. anyway, free bump for a dodge guy!
I'm not putting that in the title, because it isn't such a simple swap. Besides having to screw with the perches, the front axle is the wrong drop for a YJ and you'd have to change your transfer case. That's why I never mentioned it.
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so these are both about 63" wide then?

How much rebuilding needs to be done to them befor they can be used?
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The widths are in the links, but they were looked up and not actually measured.

I've opened the rear and photographed it. The front I have not. I would expect you to be able to bolt them in and go with only attention to the brakes. By "attention" I mean you may have to replace the pads and turn the drums/rotors, as I did not inspect the brakes closely.
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Front axle is sold.
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Sale pending on the rear.
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