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Check this out. If I'm not mistaken Superior is making this now. If you want to beef it up a little. I myself would go D44 or D60. Just thought I'd share.
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[ 08-22-2001: Message edited by: Mayhem ]
 

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kev buddy, have you checked the price on that thing.. its like 330 bucks! I paid less than that for the XJ D44 thats going into my rig! I spent money on the D35 once, And I know now I'll never do that again!
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I'm not getting it. I just thought someone would be interested that needs to work with the D35. I have a line up on a D60 <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0"> <IMG SRC="smilies/jester.gif" border="0">
 

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Originally posted by drveede:
<STRONG>what is up with all the d35 after market upgrades, what a scam they are.

dave</STRONG>
If it keeps the housing from bending, it would be a deal at $330 for those who are less mechanically inclined. You either need a lot of skill or a lot of bucks to swap axles into coil sprung vehicles.

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I think it would be good for someone with a super 35 kit. That plus the truss would be a good measure. If you've already spent $$ on the 35 it wouldn't hurt. Other than that I'd swap axles. JMO
 
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