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Old May 31st, 2007, 06:21 PM   #1
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can someone point me in the right dirrection on the thread on how to figure out what axle i got out of the 96 cherokee i got.....
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http://www.greatlakes4x4.com/showthread.php?t=57
I'm assuming we're talking rear axle.

It's not a 44, those were only offered in 87.

It's either a Chrysler 8.25(will have an obviously flat bottom) or a 35(not a flat bottom)

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Old May 31st, 2007, 06:29 PM   #3
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Most likely a chrysler 8.25
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It's not a 44, those were only offered in 87.
Not true- from '87-'89
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Not true- from '87-'89
It's from a 96, so it wouldn't matter if I'd have said they only offered them in 81.
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Bad tech is bad tech, no matter how many excuses you use.
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here is a pic
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That's an 8 1/4.
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thanks alot for the GREAT tech info:miff:
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now for the gear ratio.....what ratios did they come with???? or send me the the thread with the turns and math cause i once again can't find it in the search......i suck at the intra net....or just the search on here
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Open diff- jack up one rear tire and rotate it two turns while counting driveshaft rotations. Limited slip- jack up both tires and rotate them one turn. (While in nuetral/ front wheels chocked) for both of the above tests)

Your amount of driveshaft rotations will be your gear ratio. (If you jack up one tire and it doesn't turn easily in nuetral, then you most likely have a limited slip)
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Open diff- jack up one rear tire and rotate it two turns while counting driveshaft rotations. Limited slip- jack up both tires and rotate them one turn. (While in nuetral/ front wheels chocked) for both of the above tests)

Your amount of driveshaft rotations will be your gear ratio. (If you jack up one tire and it doesn't turn easily in nuetral, then you most likely have a limited slip)
its already removed from the jeep so would i have to hold one side with something and spin the other our should it not matter......an if i rotate it 2 times and count the roatatoin of the drive shaft yolk say it rotates 4 times what would be the ratio
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Ether both axles have to rotate at exactly the same time and you rotate them one revolution, or you have to keep one from spinning and rotate the other 2 revolutions.

If the axle is already out of the Jeep, set it on two jackstands with the pin ion facing down, pull the cover, and look for the ratio on the ring gear. If you don't have the ratio stamped on the ring gear, it may have the ring and pinion tooth counts. (It will look something like 41:10 for the tooth counts)
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Open diff- jack up one rear tire and rotate it two turns while counting driveshaft rotations. Limited slip- jack up both tires and rotate them one turn. (While in nuetral/ front wheels chocked) for both of the above tests)

Your amount of driveshaft rotations will be your gear ratio. (If you jack up one tire and it doesn't turn easily in nuetral, then you most likely have a limited slip)
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3.07 - used with 4.0L engine / manual transmission
3.31 - only available on older (pre87?) 2 door XJs with "Fuel Economy" package
3.55 - used with 4.0L engine / automatic transmission
3.73 - found in some XJs with the towing package
4.10 - used with 2.5L engine usually, and older XJs with the "Off-Highway Vehicle" package.
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