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Old July 17th, 2007, 09:59 AM   #1
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Default Axles (Corp 14 R & 10 F? and D 30 F, 35 R & 44 R)

I have a Corp 14 rear and Corp 12 front, 8 lug, heavy 3/4 ton axles. Matching gear set. Think 4.10s. Not sure at moment if locked or open. Can check if interested. Both came out of mid 70s Chevy heavy 3/4 Ton. $200 OBO for both.

Also have a Dana 44 rear out of a mid 80s Jeep Wagoner. Was told 3.55 gears. $100 OBO

Lastly. If anyone is seriously interested!!! I will have a set of Wrangler axles available this winter. Front is the Dana 30 and rear is the Dana 35. Both matching 4.56 gears and both locked. Plan to upgrade to D44 front and 9 inch rear. Axles are still under Jeep and in great working condition. Lots $$$ invested. Would like to get $600 for the pair.

Would consider trades for a (ready to bolt in) locked 4.56 Ford 9 inch and locker and (4.56) gears for a front D44 that i have. Would also consider 4.10 gears for both.

All axles are at my house in the west end of the Lansing area close to Portland. (most don't know Portland so I say Lansing area) Can email me at teachoutc@hotmail.com


Wanted to add pics of axles. The 14 and 10 bolt are 4.10 gears. The 14 is also a possible Detroit lock.
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Old July 17th, 2007, 10:13 AM   #2
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Also have a Dana 44 rear out of a mid 80s Jeep Wagoner. Was told 3.55 gears. $100 OBO
You may want to pull the cover and verify the gearing in this axle yourself. If it's a mid-'80s, they were usually 2.73 or 3.31 from the factory.

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I have a Corp 14 rear and Corp 12 front, 8 lug, heavy 3/4 ton axles. Matching gear set. Think 4.10s. Not sure at moment if locked or open. Can check if interested. Both came out of mid 70s Chevy heavy 3/4 Ton. $200 OBO for both.

Front 12-bolt? I thought they were rear-only. Sure its not a 10-bolt or a D44?
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Pretty sure it was a 12 bolt pan, will double check. They were both Corps for sure though and matched set. Thanks
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Old July 17th, 2007, 10:41 AM   #5
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You may want to pull the cover and verify the gearing in this axle yourself. If it's a mid-'80s, they were usually 2.73 or 3.31 from the factory.

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Will do, thanks for the advice. Picked up the set for the front 44. Guy thought they were 3.55, but I didnt really care either way as planned to change out.
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Look at these links for pics and specs:

http://www.usgear.com/tl/dana1.htm
http://www.usgear.com/tl/gm1.htm
http://www.usgear.com/tl/gm2.htm
http://www.usgear.com/tl/gm3.htm
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would like the 8 lug front axle only... let me know how much
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would like the 8 lug front axle only... let me know how much
Hows a $100 sound.
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Hows a $100 sound.
sound good but rather u find out if it s 4.10 for sure
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how much for the 14 bolt
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what year wrangler are the D30 and D35 from?
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what year wrangler are the D30 and D35 from?
1995, both still under Jeep for the moment. Plan to do the swap this winter.
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how much for the 14 bolt
Hows a 100 sound?
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sound good but rather u find out if it s 4.10 for sure
Will do. Will take some pics tonight also.
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can you double check the ratio on the 14bolt too please. is it a full floater?
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can you double check the ratio on the 14bolt too please. is it a full floater?
Will do on the ratio. Yes, its a floater. Its the larger 14 with the 10.5 ring.
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more llikely i ll take first dib on the front axle once u find out the ratio ... thanks
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Its definately 4.10s See above pics just added. Your right it was a 10 bolt. Not sure what i was thinkin when i said 12.
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You may want to pull the cover and verify the gearing in this axle yourself. If it's a mid-'80s, they were usually 2.73 or 3.31 from the factory.

Good luck with the sales!

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Its definitely a 3.54 ratio. Still has tag and gears calc to a 3.54 also. Odd ratio for sure. I will also have the gears out of the front D44 that will make match set if anyone interested. Plan to go 4.10 or 4.56 again.
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I'm rolling to Magna's in the next couple days with a utility trailer. If anyone wants an axle brought back to Oakland County for a few bucks, work it out with him and let me know.
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