Re: Dana 44 Rear Axle Swap
Cool. Post up the details. I've heard the earlier versions were the same as "regular" D44s but I've never opened one up myself.Uncanny355 said:Nice I'm going to pick mine up in a few days although I opted for a 94 because I'm a z85
I looked for over a year to find one close for a decent price. A lot of the ones I looked at were high mileage rust buckets. I also wanted the VIN of the donor because it makes buying parts a lot easier. Something else to keep in mind is any unit with more than 80K on it will likely need to have the track-lok rebuilt. Its not expensive or hard to do but if you want the LSD to work right it'll need to be done. More on that later.GeorgiaBoy said:Looking forward to your install. Been trying to find me one for a good price locally.
I hope you wrench better than you read. You may be excused but first, read the last paragraph of my original post again; slowly this time. Thanks!Undead Rado said:Best fix to the crappy flat flange. I guess yours would need a 60 yoke. I changed mine out pretty soon after buying it