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Old 07-04-2003, 01:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Cherokee Bolt-pattern???

I want to put a solid axle under the front of an S-10. I think the best axle to use would be a Dana 30 from under a Cherokee. I need to know the bolt circle pattern of this axle, so I will know whether or not to swap the rear axle too. Thanks.
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a simple search using the "search" buttom in the right hand corner would have resulted in an answer of






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Swap both axles.
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if your going to go through the hassle of putting a strait axle in your s-10 you might as well put a 44 in there.
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Swap both axles.
Yea, you need that heavy duty dana 35 in the back.
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Old 07-04-2003, 07:11 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Yea, you need that heavy duty dana 35 in the back.

not if he finds a XJ with a 44 rear they are not all that elusive, its not like seeing a sasquash

i agree dude if you are going threw the b!tch of doing a SAS on that S-10 go and fid a donor vehicle with some strong axles that matches the transfer case you are going to use and just put both axles under it
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