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    Is the rear Dana 44 the one that came stock on your Jeep?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Monarch490 View Post
    Is the rear Dana 44 the one that came stock on your Jeep?



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    No, its a Mopar Rubicon version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JL_John View Post
    No, its a Mopar Rubicon version.
    So you got a rear rubicon axle and a front dynatrac. Why didnít you. Go with the rubicon front axle?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Monarch490 View Post
    So you got a rear rubicon axle and a front dynatrac. Why didnít you. Go with the rubicon front axle?


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    I had a front rubicon axle for a while but recently swapped out for a Dynatrac.


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    Have a dumb question....why dynatrac when there were other options? Iím looking at Currie because I like the diff cover thatís slanted towards the back.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jtwopark View Post
    Have a dumb question....why dynatrac when there were other options? Iím looking at Currie because I like the diff cover thatís slanted towards the back.


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    Have you ever tried to change the diff fluid on one of those?

    (Thatís a rhetorical questions since I already know the answer. Most people who need new axles donít buy because they look cool)


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    [QUOTE=jtwopark;48198]Have a dumb question....why dynatrac when there were other options? Iím looking at Currie because I like the diff cover thatís slanted towards the back.


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    When it comes to axles I believe Dynatrac has the superior product. Thicker axle tubes, high clearance housing, etc. Currie is nice but I havenít seen a Dana 44 version of the Rock Jock for the JL. Iíve only seen the ProbRock or Ultimate Dana 44.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jtwopark View Post
    Have a dumb question....why dynatrac when there were other options? Iím looking at Currie because I like the diff cover thatís slanted towards the back.
    WAYALIFE has some amazing videos on building Dynatrac axles. American steel, American workers, and major quality concern for details. They've made videos on the JK prorock 80, JK prorock 60, as well as the new JL prorock 44. I would highly recommend watching those videos to see how Dynatrac builds their axles. There is a reason that so many people run their axles. The prorock 80 one is still my favorite.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    WAYALIFE has some amazing videos on building Dynatrac axles. American steel, American workers, and major quality concern for details. They've made videos on the JK prorock 80, JK prorock 60, as well as the new JL prorock 44. I would highly recommend watching those videos to see how Dynatrac builds their axles. There is a reason that so many people run their axles. The prorock 80 one is still my favorite.

    Ok guys I need some help. These are my realistic options so far for my Sport on 37s.

    1. Rubicon 44s $4k.

    2. Rubicon 44 rear and Dynatrac 44 front. $7k.

    3. Ultimate Dana 60s $10k.

    What say you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    Ok guys I need some help. These are my realistic options so far for my Sport on 37s.

    1. Rubicon 44s $4k.

    2. Rubicon 44 rear and Dynatrac 44 front. $7k.

    3. Ultimate Dana 60s $10k.

    What say you?

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    How hard do you use the Jeep? I could pick any of those based on use. I run stock Rubicon 44s in my Sport in 37s with RCVs up front because it's my "family wheeler". My JK has an XD60/PR80 because it's the toy.

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