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$200-$250 + shipping. :(

Welcome to my D44 world Don, after all the leaking axle seals I found out one of my axles was bent. instead of the 250 shipped I just went ahead and picked up the Chromoly axle kit for about $400 shipped.

 

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=22789&hilit=alloy

 

At this point with the HP of a stroker, and knowledge that stock engines are bending D44 stock axles the alloy usa axle kit at $340 might not be a bad investment.

 

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ALY-12135/

 

:cheers:

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$200-$250 + shipping. :(

Welcome to my D44 world Don, after all the leaking axle seals I found out one of my axles was bent. instead of the 250 shipped I just went ahead and picked up the Chromoly axle kit for about $400 shipped.

 

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=22789&hilit=alloy

 

At this point with the HP of a stroker, and knowledge that stock engines are bending D44 stock axles the alloy usa axle kit at $340 might not be a bad investment.

 

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/ALY-12135/

 

:cheers:

 

 

in deed I would go for a chromo kit for 2 reason

 

1- no more bend axles

2- life waranty (just in case you wheel that 44 real hard )

 

and as far as a locker goes in the back

I love my detroit in my YJ especialy in the winter time

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I'm not asking the value of the chromo axles, I already know that. What I'm trying to so is find out if the 12135 Alloy USA axle kit will work in the older D44. It's listed for the 97-06 Jeep TJ applications. I called Alloy USA tech support to ask. This guy was not the most knowledgeable person I've ever talked to, but he did furnish the axle lengths for the kit (29-1/4" Left; 29-3/4" Right) and they have the 30 spline count which is correct for my 89 D44. So, the question is before I spring for the kit, any reason it will not work for me? Anyone use this kit besides Joe?

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Thanks Johnny and Motion. Dayem, you would think Alloy USA tech support would know that. :nuts: Idjuts.......

That's what happens when a large company buys them out (Omix).

 

Took the words right out of my mouth.

 

The founder of Alloy USA (Ron) went here:

 

http://www.tenfactory.com/

 

I bought my Alloy USA shafts because of his help & posts on JU & Pirate.

 

He was always there for tech, and even the tough questions when Alloy USA ran into problems.

Then 10 Factory warranted the old Alloy USA shafts after the change.

 

If I was going to get new shafts,

Ten Factory would be my first choice (tho I honestly don't know if they carry this TJ/XJ 44 shaft).

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