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Old December 4th, 2007, 11:58 AM   #1
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I Have A dana 44 front and Dana 60 rear

Make me an offer the gears are 3 54!

It is 8 lug out of 79 ford

The new price is 400 obo. Thanks

Thanks Derek!

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Old December 4th, 2007, 12:28 PM   #2
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Are these newly rebuilt?
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Oh i would also trade for some wheels if anyone had any i need 12 x 16.5 classic 2, 8 lug thanks
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Old December 4th, 2007, 10:33 PM   #4
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Pics? And where in this crap-tastic state?
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Will get pics tomorrow!

And im located in addison near jackson

come and get them

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Thanks for the location.

Everyone else- if you think the price is too high, either PM him, or move on.
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Here are the pic i said i would get up for you guys sorry it took me a little bit longer then i said.

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New info these are also SOA bolt-in for YJ's.
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You mean the spring perches have been rewelded to match the width needed for a YJ? If so, I just might be all over this

Edit: And how are the brakes (pads, calipers, rotors, etc), tires come with, general condition (diff been opened, taken out of your yj after being ran for x amount of years)?
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Accutly i have no idea i have gotten the info from Pavement and but what he said yes it matches the width, but i really dont know

EDIT: Brakes there are none. rotors are good dont know bout calipers. if you want the tires i pm you. the diff has been opened oil still in it. and they didnt come out of YJ out of ford 79. they been ran for about 6 years at the most then sat and then we ran for about 6 months.

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You mean the spring perches have been rewelded to match the width needed for a YJ? If so, I just might be all over this
78-79 F-250's have factory SOA perches that match YJ perch width. This particular axle combo is great if that's the amount of lift you are after. The front axle is reverse-cut, driver-drop, has large diameter/thick wall tubes, flat-top knuckles, and dual-piston calipers. If you want to see examples, read through this thread and check out the pics:

http://www.greatlakes4x4.com/showthread.php?t=665


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Thanks for the help!
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The front axle is a D44HD, 8 lug 44. low pinion housing, 2.5in OD axle tubes, 1/2 wall axle tubes IIRC.

Rear is a D60 as stated, prolly with stock 1.5in 30 spline shafts, IIRC.
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and thank you for the help!
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78-79 F-250's have factory SOA perches that match YJ perch width.
I seem to recall either having to outboard the spring hangars or rewelding the perches inwards, but if you say so...

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The front axle is a D44HD, 8 lug 44. low pinion housing, 2.5in OD axle tubes, 1/2 wall axle tubes IIRC.IIRC.
First, PP says its reverse cut, then Toivo says low pinion, aren't those opposite?
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Yes. He's wrong. Although D44HD's had ribs, if you look at the picture the ribs at the centerline of the tubes are clearly below the pinion. The axle also has open knuckles, which LP D44HD's didn't have.
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Alright, that's what I thought too, but then again, I thought you had to work the perches :tonka:

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I seem to recall either having to outboard the spring hangars or rewelding the perches inwards, but if you say so...
You're thinking of a different axle or a different vehicle (like a CJ).
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If you want to get technical, it is off by 1/2" as far as being bolt in. Most people either redil the holes that the pins line up in, or force the leafs into place.
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Yes. He's wrong. Although D44HD's had ribs, if you look at the picture the ribs at the centerline of the tubes are clearly below the pinion. The axle also has open knuckles, which LP D44HD's didn't have.
SOOOOOOO WRONG you lose :tonka:

77 44hd were open knuckle, That jeep you posted has one and so does Tovio.
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