You've upgraded your Jeep's axles to the Dana 44 for better strength and performance out on the terrain. Now it's time to upgrade the U-joint to handle the larger drive shaft and increased torque. With the bigger U-joint, you'll need the complementary Dana 44 pinion yoke. All the pieces need to be upgraded to prevent unnecessary breaks in the drive shaft. If one of those moving pieces stops doing its job, you're dead in the water in a vehicle that won't budge.
Picking the Right Yoke
The Dana brand has earned its reputation as a high-quality brand providing high performance at a low cost. Replacing the factory system with the high-quality Dana brand ensures that your Jeep is fit for the roughest terrain nature has to offer. As excited as you are to get out and push your new axles to the limits, you must ensure that all the parts match the upgrade, from your U-joint to the Dana 44 yoke. Everything from the heavier off-road tires to the bigger axles to the increased horse power all put pressure on the drive shaft system. Small changes like upgrading the yokes keep your tires spinning and your drive shaft moving. Your Jeep never looked so good while being so fit to conquer the wild.
Getting the Right Price
Even if you haven't upgrade your axles recently, you still need quality yokes. The Spicer yoke catalog is a pdf file that lists all the yokes ever published by Dana. In it you will find the right part number for your Dana axles. Once you have the part number, head over to 4WheelParts.com for an easy to search site with all your needed parts. We have the latest models to choose from to fit your Jeep needs. Help is available should you need additional assistance in choosing the right part for your 4x4.