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Old 09-05-2003, 02:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Do '87 Grand Wagoneers have Dana 44's up front?

If so, do they have vac. assist on all/some/none of them?
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Old 09-05-2003, 03:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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87 -90 i believe
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Thanks, now I just need to know if they have vacuum assist. Anyone know for sure?
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Old 09-05-2003, 03:28 PM   #4 (permalink)
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'83 through '85 were the years w/ vacuum disconnect.

I have more links that I'd give you, but they're on my home computer (at work now). Do a search for "Waggy 44" and you should find plenty.

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Awesome, I'm so happy. Looks like I finally found a good one. Do you know if the '87 has flat top knuckles?
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It's actually 86-90 and no 87 did not have flattop knuckles. Mid to late 70's had em.
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Don't know about the 44s but the Dana 30s weren't vaccum disconnect until 87. It's the one good thing about my '86 XJ (2.8V6, ? auto, NP228).
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You're '87 frontend is a good Dana 44. They don't have flat-top knuckles but they arn't vac disconnect, no Grand Wagoneer axles were. You can pop the drive flanges out and run hubs no problem.
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It's actually 86-90 and no 87 did not have flattop knuckles. Mid to late 70's had em.
What is actually 86-90??? If you're talking vac disconnect you are mistaken. It was 83- mid 85 and was used with the NP229 transfer case.
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What is actually 86-90??? If you're talking vac disconnect you are mistaken. It was 83- mid 85 and was used with the NP229 transfer case.

86-90 DID NOT have vac disconnect is what I meant. Noone wants the vac dis.
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