What jeeps came with a Dana 35?

What jeeps came with a Dana 35?

The Dana 35 (as well as the AMC-15) are found in a wide variety of vehicles; the most common Dana 35 applications are as a rear axle in the Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Comanche. It also is a common front axle in the Ford Explorer.

Can Dana 35 Handle 35 tires?

And the front axle never sees more than about 50 percent of the stress that the rear axle does. 35″ tires are not recommended on a dana 35.

How do you tell if your Jeep has a Dana 35 or Dana 44?

The easiest way to tell these axles apart is to look at the shape of the differential cover. The Dana 35 cover is pretty much perfectly round. The Dana 44 is sort of a six-sided shape. A Dana 35 (left) compared to a Dana 44 (right).

What’s the difference between a Dana 35 and a Dana 35 C?

DANA 35c. 35c is a little bit newer version of dana35. C stands for a Custom as the axle was delivered to the end user without axle brackets. The axle is C clip, which holds the axle shafts in the carrier.

Will a ZJ front axle fit in a XJ?

It’ll work.

Are TJ and XJ front axles the same?

The only difference as Point stated is that a TJ is a low pinion housing and XJ is a High Pinion housing, so the gears will be different if they are being changed. Otherwise it’s good to go.

Is Dana 44 better than Dana 35?

The Dana 44 and Dana 35 have been used in many vehicles, but there are clear distinctions between them. The Dana 35 is better used as an all-purpose axle, while the Dana 44 and its 8.5-inch ring gear are great for off-roading.

How do I identify my Dana axle?

To figure out exactly what axle you have, you can look for the Dana stamped bill of materials number. This stamped number can usually be found on the righthand side or on the longer axletube on the same side of the tube as the differential cover, facing the rear of the truck.

Will 4.56 gears fit in a Dana 35?

Registered. I run 4.56’s in my Dana 35 for my 33’s. If you have respect for your 35, and use it within it’s limits without pushing the envelope, you should be fine keeping your 35.

Does a Dana 35 have C clips?

The ’90-and-later Dana 35s have C-clips that retain the axles in the housing. If a C-clip shaft snaps, the axle, wheel, and brake drum will liberate themselves from the housing if you try to drive on it.

What axles are in ZJ?

The ZJ ran from ’93-’98, WJ, the last Grand with front and rear solid axles, from ’99-’04, WK , the last Grand with a solid rear axle, from ’05-’10, and WKII from ’11-present.

Will a Dana 30 from a TJ fit in an XJ?

All XJ front Dana 30 axles are high-pinions, all TJ front Dana 30 axles are low pinions. So XJ and TJ D30 ring & pinion gears are totally incompatible with each other. The other parts like axle shafts, knuckles, carriers, diff covers, u-joints, etc.