|05-01-2008 03:25 AM|
You can get driver drop waggy axles....
For all intents and purposes, no you cant/shouldn't flip your 242.
|04-23-2008 06:41 PM|
|04-23-2008 04:45 PM|
what does a rear MJ axle have to do with a passenger side drop front axle?
what are you putting up front a waggy 44?
|04-23-2008 02:13 PM|
Dana 44 Passenger drop XJ
Hey guys, brand newbie here:
I've got a D44 with LSD in the back of my MJ. I'm likely to put it (in all of it's metric tonne glory) under the XJ. My questions are: Can I flip my NP 242 over to be a passenger side front? Also, what would be a good passenger side D44 for the front? I'd like to keep/modify the parts to be as universal as possible (what fits the front also fit the back, that sort of thing). That will make finding replacements and carrying spares easier.
This wagon is going to be an 80% pavement/gravel people/trailer hauler, with the other 20% being off-pavement deep muddy roads (rainy season). I'll be using it in Costa Rica on a farm.
The wheels will probably be some variation on stock sizing for the dry season (pavement), and I'll put on some paddle-style ones for the wet.