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daveroberts
04-25-2012, 02:03 AM
I'm thinking about making some changes to my 2012 JK. Waiting on my coilovers from EVO. I would like to run 40's and in turn would then likely need Dana 60's. With that said then I have to change wheel due to the bolt pattern on the 60. If i were to run the new 44/60 hybrid i can keep my new slab wheels. Any thoughts on the Dana 44/60 hybrid? Think it will survive with the 40's? Any opinion is welcome.

Berzerker
04-25-2012, 03:01 AM
I havent see it yet, who makes it?

wayoflife
04-25-2012, 03:04 AM
i too would love to give this setup a try but, the diff is what is 44 and the end forgings and knuckles are what are 60's. i would imagine you could get the bolt pattern in whatever you want but, i may have to talk to dynatrac to make sure.

piginajeep
04-25-2012, 04:54 AM
i too would love to give this setup a try but, the diff is what is 44 and the end forgings and knuckles are what are 60's. i would imagine you could get the bolt pattern in whatever you want but, i may have to talk to dynatrac to make sure.

i know its common on the TJ's for rockcrawl competitions.

I cant imagine it would be any different for the JK. The only thing that would stop me is knowing a true 60 is basically the same price.

daveroberts
04-25-2012, 01:40 PM
I havent see it yet, who makes it?

It's done by Dynatrac.

wayoflife
04-25-2012, 02:36 PM
i know its common on the TJ's for rockcrawl competitions.

I cant imagine it would be any different for the JK. The only thing that would stop me is knowing a true 60 is basically the same price.

no kidding. it is hard to justify the additional clearance you get at the sacrifice of a much bigger and stronger center section.

daveroberts
04-25-2012, 05:45 PM
no kidding. it is hard to justify the additional clearance you get at the sacrifice of a much bigger and stronger center section.

Thanks for the input guys. I'll let you know what I do just in case you're interested!