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Thread: 35 Spline D44 Vs SF60?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleBud View Post
    I have a 35spline built 9" for the rear so honestly that's going to take 90% of the brunt. I just need the 4wd for when it gets slick.
    Sorry, thought you were talking about the rear.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    Sorry, thought you were talking about the rear.



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    Lol it's all good. But yeah I'm doing the aftermarket housing in the front with the j8 unit bearings and brakes to keep it 5x5.5. I really enjoy the ease of working on unit bearings compared to spindles. I know they aren't neccesarily as strong but it's so freakin easy to swap them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    As long as you stay with 37s and donít get crazy with the throttle you should be fine. Iíve been running 37s on a PR44 front and rubicon 44 rear. Stock lockers with ten factory chromoly shafts. 5.13 gears. This set up has served me well for several years of wheeling, including multiple trips to Moab, a couple of Rubicon runs, Fordyce, and many local runs in the mountains and desert. I havenít even bent any flanges. 🤞🏻


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    Question: are you running factory shafts or chromo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bouche03 View Post
    Question: are you running factory shafts or chromo?
    Chromoly.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    Chromoly.


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    Which ones did you go with out of curiosity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bouche03 View Post
    Which ones did you go with out of curiosity?
    Ten Factory. A few years ago you could get a whole set, front and back, for around $900. I donít know what they go for now. Theyíve served me well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    Ten Factory. A few years ago you could get a whole set, front and back, for around $900. I donít know what they go for now. Theyíve served me well.


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    That's what I'm putting on mine, twisted the splines on both rear Original OEM axles shafts at Windrock.

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