Irish R&B Singer
read the title
did not know this....:sonicjay:
all 1990+ dana 30 tj, xj, yj, zj, and M J knuckles are the same...
The tj rubicon 44 knuckles are the same as well.
I asked you what kind of steering you had, inverted-Y or inverted-T. I also said you might need to use later unit bearings and referred you to a thread that listed unit bearing part #'s and model years.did not know this....
from what i read in a pm PP sent me i he mentioned something about them being different.....ill have to go re read it to figure out what he ment.......plus i work on/with airplanes.....not much of a ASE mech
im still not even sure im gonna wait for a my buddy to come look at it to let me know......like i said i work on planes not cars......alot more complex but sooo much easier to work onI asked you what kind of steering you had, inverted-Y or inverted-T. I also said you might need to use later unit bearings and referred you to a thread that listed unit bearing part #'s and model years.
the yj uses a knuckle to knuckle tie rod that the drag link attaches to, or inverted T.
Hubs and rotors need to be matched by year groups, which I don't have on hand.
Basically, you can use an 87 hub on a 95 and vice versa, as long as you use the appropriate rotor (the rotor hat is deeper on some years, some rotors are cast, some are stamped.
Some after market 84-89 caliper pins need a little grinding to avoid binding the inner pad to the rotor when the wheel is bolted on.)
84-89 calipers can only be used on the same year group knuckle (2 piece), same goes with 90-2006 (one piece)but the brake lines are interchangeable.
This should give ya some idea on what you can piece together.