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Old 06-06-2010, 12:16 PM
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any of you guys running 35in boggers on stock axles . ?? how often are you breaking things let me know
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any of you guys running 35in boggers on stock axles . ?? how often are you breaking things let me know
whats stock? d30 and d44 combo? d30 and d35 combo? d30 and 8.25 27slpine combo? d30 and 8.25 29spline combo?
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95 cherokee sport . traded a gas golf cart for it. always had one ton wheelers. jeep has 35s on it seems little bit for the axle and u joints
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we need to kno what axles you have to kno if they can handle the tires
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95 cherokee sport . traded a gas golf cart for it. always had one ton wheelers. jeep has 35s on it seems little bit for the axle and u joints
What XJoffroad is getting at is different years had different options for axles, some stronger than others. If you had a 97 with a 29 spline 8.25 out back, i'd say be nice to the d30 front and you might be ok. But if you have a 91, with a d35 out back, small u-joint front axles shafts, no way. What year, what axles you got? Being a 95 you will have the small u-joint front axles, and either a 8.25 or a d35 out back. Big difference in strength.
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havnt got into it to see what they are im sure what ever they come factory with
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just look at the diff cover then search for the pics of the different ones i have seen them on here before but dont kno where then you can identify which you have and let us kno
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havnt got into it to see what they are im sure what ever they come factory with
Thats the thing, they came with different axles factory. Look at your rear diff cover and let us know which one you got!
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never mind thanks X1994J
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ran out to the garage looks like 30 and 35 . probably too small id say. you guys running a ford front axle to get into a 44 with front dif on drivers side ?
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yea the 35 isnt going to like that very much mine isnt very appreciative of my 33's already snapped the pin in two places in the last axle
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What XJoffroad is getting at is different years had different options for axles, some stronger than others. If you had a 97 with a 29 spline 8.25 out back, i'd say be nice to the d30 front and you might be ok. But if you have a 91, with a d35 out back, small u-joint front axles shafts, no way. What year, what axles you got? Being a 95 you will have the small u-joint front axles, and either a 8.25 or a d35 out back. Big difference in strength.
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ran out to the garage looks like 30 and 35 . probably too small id say. you guys running a ford front axle to get into a 44 with front dif on drivers side ?
no way would I run 35's on it. I have no clue what you are asking in the last question you posted....... doesn't make sense
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ran out to the garage looks like 30 and 35 . probably too small id say. you guys running a ford front axle to get into a 44 with front dif on drivers side ?
My HP44 front is out of a ford, Ford's were drivers drop. Chevy's were all passenger. Do a bunch of searching on Dana 44, full width swap, etc. you'll learn.
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Not the best idea.
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