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Hey .
I've got this problem - Dana 44 installed on a GM Van ( Pathfinder ) as a front axle , has 8 lug pattern .
Now, i'd like to put it instead of my YJ's Dana 30 , as you all know the Dana 30 has
5 lug X 4.5" pattern .
I don't want to take the outer knuckles of the YJ - what's the gain ??? - i want to have lockers and stronger axleshaft all the way .
What can i do ? i'm trying to find information and pics but nothing

Thanks in advance
 

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Looks like you need a new set of wheels its cheaper to go 8 lug also your gonna need a matching rear axler, how about a 14 bolt its 8 lug,its gonna be nearly imposible to keep the stock 5 on 41/2 but Im not saying it cant be done but I wouldnt do it.. <IMG SRC="smilies/usa.gif" border="0">
 

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Just go 8 lug wheels.. thats really your only choice.. your next issue.. GM vehicles have passenger side drop on the pumpkin, so unless you have changed the t case on your yj to something with a passenger side output, you are going to have an awful hard time sticking that in your yj...
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Time for the 8 lug axle of your choice in the rear and add a D300 tcase with 2" of body lift and you are done. I went with the body lift and didnt lower the crossmember.
 

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One thing to consider is that the chevy axle is waaaaay wider than your D30. Also, the pumpkin is on the wrong side. You'd be better off getting a 1980 or newer Wagoneer front axle. It's the right width and you can put 76-79 Ford 1/2 ton rotors on it for a 5 on 5 1/2 bolt pattern. By the way, the rear is also the right width. Happy Trails! <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">
 

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WHERE CAN I GET FORD ROTORS ?
I CALLED 4 WHEEL PARTS AND THEY DIDN'T KNOW
SO ' PLEASE HELP ME FIND TWO .

THANKS IN ADVANCE
 
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