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Im in the process of doing this in my yj right now, I believe a lot of 87 XJ's had the D44 rear, as long as its got the metric ton towing package. You can find them in a junkyard, and they are pretty much bolt up, although you will need to move the spring perches, if you have a spring under setup, and you will also need to move the perches inward a tad if you plan on SOA.
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Hi Scott, thank for the info. How do I identify the 44 and know if it will work on my rig? Any differ3ent gearing, etc that I will need to deal with, or is it pretty much unscrew and screw back? I am running 5.5" on SUA, so perche-wise would the XJ work?

Thanks and have a great weekend!

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Originally posted by 1badjeep:
<STRONG>Gui,
Im in the process of doing this in my yj right now, I believe a lot of 87 XJ's had the D44 rear, as long as its got the metric ton towing package. You can find them in a junkyard, and they are pretty much bolt up, although you will need to move the spring perches, if you have a spring under setup, and you will also need to move the perches inward a tad if you plan on SOA.
Scott <IMG SRC="smilies/grinpimp.gif" border="0"><><</STRONG>
 

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you will need to move the spring perches adn shock mounts. everyhting else will work fine. might as well go SOA if your doing all of this work....or at least soa in the rear.


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