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Old 06-01-2005, 09:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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dana 44 ring gear spacer

Ive looked at many sites, called a few people, but as yet, I havent been able to find a ring gear spacer for a dana 44. does anyone know of one?
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before the flames get to high, Splain to us what you need to do with said spacer, If you are trying to fit 3.92 or lowwer gears where 3.37 or higher were you need to buy an new carrrier for them, Or let the place you buy the gears from know what carrier you have and most stock a thicker set just for your use in most common rattios.

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before the flames get to high, Splain to us what you need to do with said spacer, If you are trying to fit 3.92 or lowwer gears where 3.37 or higher were you need to buy an new carrrier for them, Or let the place you buy the gears from know what carrier you have and most stock a thicker set just for your use in most common rattios.

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It will go but it is a 3.73 and higher (gear wise lowwer # wise) Carrier. you will need thicker gears from yukon if you want to go lower that 3.73. I bought 4.88s from randys and they went into a scout d44 with a 3.73 and higher Traclock.

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