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    Question D30 / D44 build

    I currently have a 2006 65th Anniversary TJ with stock Dana 30 and Dana 44 . I just recently purchased a D30 w/ 4.10's and an Aussie locker, And a D44 with Rubicon Locker and 4.10's. The housing on the D44 is trashed and we will be doing a swap into my current housing. This will be a trail / light rock rig. Living in Florida you are going to find mud but I am not looking for it. I am currently running 33's but plan to run 35's. What can I do,while everything is apart, to build the best axles for my needs?
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    • Ball Joints ( synergy )
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    Not sure what a mini skid is.

    Sleeves won't prevent your housing from bending at the pumpkin and really aren't necessary.

    Ball joints I would get USAlloy instead of synergy because they are the same and cheaper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Not sure what a mini skid is.

    Sleeves won't prevent your housing from bending at the pumpkin and really aren't necessary.

    Ball joints I would get USAlloy instead of synergy because they are the same and cheaper.
    Mini Skids....
    http://www.currieenterprises.com/ces...t.aspx?id=2374

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