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Old 12-03-2004, 09:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Which Waggy?

I did the post thing and just couldnt stand sifting thru it all for 2 quick questions. 1- Which year Wagoneer axles are desirable for a swap into a Sammi?
2- I am correct in that they are desirable because the offset closely matches the Sammi...right?
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here you go /forum/axles-tires-wheels-sale/308104-d44s-zuk.html

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you can use any axle from a 75 to a 79. In 1980 they put the front diff on the left and the rear diff is centered. You might be able to use the early 70's but they do not have disc brakes. The 75-79 years had both diffs offset to the right. samurai axles have both diffs off set to the right. Hope this helps, I used 75 wagoneer 44's under my zuk, great swap!
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Don't forget to search out older Cherokees too. Same platform and drivetrain as Wagoneers, just 2-door and a little shorter.

And you're looking for those that had the Quadratrac system in them. This was AMC's version of a full-time allwheeldrive transfercase and it had an offset rear output just like the Zuk Tcase. Just keep in mind that not all Waggies and Cherokees had Quadratrac - it was an option. Those that didn't have it have centred rear diffs.
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