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Looking for a 58"-62" (WMS-WMS) wide Dana 44 rear, what vehicles have them factory?? I am going to go to the salvage yard and look for one but i need to know what vehicles to look under.
I would prefer to find one with a 6lug pattern already but im not that picky, any lug pattern will do me just fine.
please help me out guys.
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Originally posted by Old Scout:
<STRONG>Scout II will have a 60" and 30 spline, 1.31" axles d44.</STRONG>
What years? What bolt pattern?
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Any other suggestions ANYONE???
C'mon, theres tons of vehicles with D44s, i need to make a list of vehicles to check under.
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I know it sounds wierd, but Isuzu Rodeos had rear D44's. I don't know the exact width, but I know it falls into the range you are looking at. An added bonus is that these vehicles are six lug and many can be found with factory disc brakes. I brought this subject up before so do a search in the toyota truck section.
 

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Originally posted by Old Scout:
<STRONG>HAVE YOU BEEN HERE: http://www.pirate4x4.com/tech/bible/index.html


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Oh ya duh!, i was there a long time ago, i forgot about it!!
Anyways i do have a question, what is:

>>>"Dana Diffs Carrier Break"<<<
>>"3.73 and down; 3.92 and up"<<

Are there 2 different carriers??
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there are diffrent carriers. I had to buy a new carrier to run 5:13's in my dana 44. I think the break is 3:91's and most came stock with higher gears than that so you will need to get a new carrier when you go with your 4:88's. Ran me 50$ for one from randy's.
 

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also you might want to check the rear axles of the waggys. I think there either dana 44's or 60's. Not positive though. Just look under one of the early 80's models and it should say if it's a 44 or 60 right by the diff.
 

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Originally posted by SeaBass44:
<STRONG>87 up full size waganer, 6 lug centered 60" - 62", some are 20's so be sure.</STRONG>
Is there an echo in here?

BTW, no 20's in these "late" GWs (and Wagoneers of these vintage are XJs, not FSJs).

[ 09-08-2001: Message edited by: Charly ]
 

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Originally posted by Doublecab:
<STRONG>also you might want to check the rear axles of the waggys. I think there either dana 44's or 60's. Not positive though. Just look under one of the early 80's models and it should say if it's a 44 or 60 right by the diff.</STRONG>
Is there an echo in here?

No 60s, just 44s from late 86 - 91 on the GWs. From 80-late 86 the rears are the HD AMC 20 (centered).

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Originally posted by Charly:
<STRONG>Is there an echo in here?

BTW, no 20's in these "late" GWs (and Wagoneers of these vintage are XJs, not FSJs).

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Look at the "bible" to confirm what I was talking about. it even list the 67-80 waggy to have a rear dana 44.
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Yeah, but most pre 80 Wags have Quadratrac tcases with offset 44 rears. so I don't think that would help him. <IMG SRC="smilies/eek.gif" border="0">
 
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