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    i want to put DANA 44's in the front and rear of my 2003 tj what is a good site to buy them from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1969cj5 View Post
    i want to put DANA 44's in the front and rear of my 2003 tj what is a good site to buy them from?
    Are you looking to have them built and installed or are you planning to install on your own. And can you do any fab work i.e welding , measuring etc.
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    Your cheapest route will be to grab a set out from under a Rubicon. Call Gasper at Brothers 4X4 (909) 930-9955. They're in Ontario, Ca. I have a couple of buddies that got their axles from them and I got my front 44 from them. You will need to take a road trip to pick them up though. 5-6 hours from Yuma but once you start checking around I think you'll see that you won't beat their price.
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    Rubi 44's already geared at 4.10 I believe and set up for coils already.
    Waggy 44's are pretty cheap, but will require some fab work to fit your setup and come geared at 3.31 depending on the year. 3.73 for the older ones IIRC.
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    The G2 assemblies seem pretty straightforward. You reuse your existing outer knuckles and brake rotors/calipers....not a bad price for a new bolt-on 44 assembly.

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    if you know how to do spme fab work you could go with a 44 from a waggy and for rear axles you could go with a rodeo, waggy, scout, or even some cherokees came with them. You have lots of option you just have to figure out total length of the axle and how much money do you have.
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    Here ya go: http://sandiego.craigslist.org/csd/pts/1718632227.html

    Still not as cheap as Brother's 4X4, but a little bit closer to Yuma.
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