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was a D44 offered in late modle CJ 7s and how rare is it if it was?? and while i'm here is there such thing as a narrow track wagoneer? thanx for the help
 

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it was pretty rare in the cj-7 ur best chances of finding one would be to look in an 86 they are most plentiful in that year. and there were such things as narrow track waggies. the width on them ran about 60-61 inches however ya use the tapemeasure <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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was the 44 same width as wide track axles?? and what yr wagoneers were narrow track?? i'm trying to find new axles for my 84, but not sure if i want to go through the hassle of full width just yet, any suggestions or picures of full width set ups would kick @$$ thanx again
 

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Like Mark said, on the rear you just move the spring perches (on the axle tube).
My understanding is that all Waggoneers are same width, only Cherokee Chiefs are wider.
There is tons of this info on this board if you search for it.
 

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Originally posted by Boston Mangler:
<STRONG>Scout has the same bolt pattern as the CJ. The Waggy's are 6 lug</STRONG>
Yup!

I'm not sure, but I think the waggy rears have an off centered diff in the rear. I know scouts are centered, which is a good thing, you only need to carry one spare rear axle shaft.
 

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Scout fronts kinda suck, crappy alignment and/or pinion angle depending on how you install it, also they don't have flat top knuckles which are needed if you ever want highsteer
 
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