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????? on 4.10 gears in a dana 44


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so i fund some 4.10s but i don't know if they will fit here's the info on them

it says xj rear with a 44 but are the splines the same

Gears are 41-10 for a ratio of 4.10.

 

Dana 44 Specs:

Ring Gear Diameter 8.5" with 10 bolt holes

10 3/8" X 24 RH Threaded Ring Bolts

PINION Diameter @ inner bearing 1.376"

PINION Diameter @ outer bearing 1.124" ; 26 Spline

Pinion length 8 5/8"

 

CASE break: 3.73 & Down, 3.92 Numerically Higher

 

Torque & other specs:

Cover Bolt Ft. Lbs. 28-33

Ring bolts 45-60 ft-lbs (lubricated)

Pinion Brg. Preload (used) 10-20 inch-lbs

Pinion Nut 200-220 ft-lbs

Ring Gear Backlash 0.006" - 0.010"

Carrier Cap bolts 70-90 ft-lbs

 

Applications:

std D44 R&P:

10 bolt cover with 8.5" ring gear. Found in both front and rear applications. Rear applications use a bolt in axle. Axles are 30 spline. Front applications came in both standard and reverse cut. These gears are for a low pinion axle.

 

1/2 Ton Dodge Pickup: 1955 - 2002 (Front)

1/2 Ton GM Pickup: 1960 - 1980 (Front)

1/2 Ton GM Pickup: 1967 - 1972 (Rear)

3/4 Ton Dodge Pickup: 1955 - 2002 (Front)

3/4 Ton GM Pickup: 1960 - 1980 (Front)

420: 1958 - 1970 (Rear)

Blazer: 1969 - 1979 (Front)

CJ5: 1966 - 1975 (Rear)

CJ6: 1966 - 1975 (Rear)

CJ7: 1986 - 1986 (Rear)

CJ8: 1981 - 1986 (Rear)

Commando: 1966 - 1973 (Rear)

F100: 1948 - 1979 (Rear)

F150: 1967 - 1996 (Front)

F250: 1959 - 1989 (Front)

F350: 1979 - 1979 (Front)

Grand Wagoneer: 1984 - 1991 (Front)

Grand Wagoneer: 1984 - 1991 (Rear)

J10: 1972 - 1983 (Rear)

Mark I: 1950 - 1970 (Rear)

Mark II: 1950 - 1970 (Rear)

Mark X: 1958 - 1970 (Rear)

Ram Charger: 1974 - 1993 (Front)

Rodeo: 1993 - 1997 (Rear)

Scout 800: 1967 - 1971 (Rear)

Scout II: 1972 - 1980 (Front)

Scout II: 1972 - 1980 (Rear)

Suburban 1/2 Ton: 1969 - 1979 (Front)

TJ: 1997 - 2004 (Rear)

TJ: 2003 - 2005 (Front)

Wagoneer: 1971 - 1992 (Rear)

Wagoneer: 1974 - 1992 (Front)

XJ: 1986 - 1989 (Rear)

XJ Sport: 1986 - 1989 (Rear)

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ive asked a guy i know who does gears and he said he could do it :clapping: and they would work fine noise won't bother me

i drive a jeep theres already too many noises :chillin: :yes:

 

Wow. A gear guy who actually says that I would probably not go to. Those who have done gears usually avoid used gears like the plague. The good gear guys say 'no' to used gears.

 

Once you start getting into gears you will realize what I am talking about. Used gears can take twice as long to set up over new gears and there is no guarantee on ever getting a good pattern or eliminating the whine ;) The last set of used gears I set up we never could get right and just never worked. We pulled them after KOH and threw a new set of gears in there and they are good.

 

For $150 used gears are overpriced with or without a used carrier. I just bought a new set of gears for $120 a few weeks ago. Check on Pirate and you should find them from one of the users there or one of their vendors.

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