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I always wondered where they came up with the Axle ID numbers in my Dodge service manual.

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That manual lists two different Dana 44's, a "Dana44" and a "Super Dana44". Does anyone know if a Dana44 front from a Wagoneer is considered a "Super Dana44"???
 

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Originally posted by liveaxle:
<STRONG>That manual lists two different Dana 44's, a "Dana44" and a "Super Dana44". Does anyone know if a Dana44 front from a Wagoneer is considered a "Super Dana44"???</STRONG>
Can it leap tall buildings in a single bound?

Well, that settles it <IMG SRC="smilies/tongue.gif" border="0">
 

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:yawn: <IMG SRC="smilies/massey.gif" border="0"> This isnt anything new. But it is a very cool source of info.
Now you can say you have a "Super 35" from the factory <IMG SRC="smilies/rainbow.gif" border="0">

go to www2.dana.com/expert its the whole spicer light axle, spicer driveshaft, chelsea, and weatherhead catalogs

[ 10-24-2001: Message edited by: Spark Vark ]
 

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Originally posted by liveaxle:
<STRONG>That manual lists two different Dana 44's, a "Dana44" and a "Super Dana44". Does anyone know if a Dana44 front from a Wagoneer is considered a "Super Dana44"???</STRONG>
I would -guess- that a super 44 is an HD. And the waggy isn't a 44 HD.

That and it can't leap buildings in a single bound. And it's surely not as fast as a speeding bullet. So nope, not super. <IMG SRC="smilies/tongue.gif" border="0">
 
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