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Thread: Dynatrac ProFloat XD60™ Axle

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    I don’t understand the reasoning behind putting a semi-float axle on a heavy Jeep. Regardless of what fancy marketing term they attach to it, it’s still a semi-float axle. Just spend the money on a good full float 60. I’m curious about their price pint on this. Is it cheaper or more expensive than a full float Dana/Spicer UD60?


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    DYNATRAC Pro Float

    Looks like Dynatrac is stepping up their Semi-Float with a new XD60 Pro Float. Good up to 40's. Not a lot of info on the web or their website. Maybe we'll get some info from the SEMA coverage.

    Edit: Late for dinner as usual.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Yeah, it's not possible to have a FF in a 5x5 lug pattern as the axle hub diameter is too large to allow it. 5x5.5 is the smallest they can make it. Just for shits & giggles I asked if the shafts are interchangeable between the new ProFloat
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    Thanks for making sure my new rear axle will have stronger shafts in it
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    Bubba posted on it about an hour ago on his Youtube channel. Looks interesting, Although the whole FF/Teraflex conversion up front for the PR44 is in the lead in my opinion over this. THen again, not having to buy new wheels...

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    Am I correct in hearing $6900 for this??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jkjon View Post
    Am I correct in hearing $6900 for this??

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    I hope not... if so you should definitely just go with the FF


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jkjon View Post
    Am I correct in hearing $6900 for this??

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    If that’s true, that’s nuts. The front PR44 ends up being around that price point with the lockers and stuff on it. Maybe that’s bare mins?


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    Quote Originally Posted by -AINOKEA- View Post
    If that’s true, that’s nuts. The front PR44 ends up being around that price point with the lockers and stuff on it. Maybe that’s bare mins?


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    Seems pretty steep to me considering a UD60 FF rear is $5k - guess you don't have to go 8 lug though..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jkjon View Post
    Seems pretty steep to me considering a UD60 FF rear is $5k - guess you don't have to go 8 lug though..

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    Yeah and you’d also need a FF front along with that.


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