Yes, this will fit the 3/4 ton Dana 44 axle. Thank you.
from Tn on
What keeps the outer nut from backing off? Is it just tightened so much that the nuts and washer jam together? What is the torque on the outer nut if this is the case? This is on a 74 CJ5. D30 on the front, D44 on the rear. Both have Warn lock outs.
new jeeper from on
The front axle would of used the hex style nut not the 4 slot style. Some
of the conversion kits did use the Dana 44 style like this kit.
You adjust the pre-load on the bearings with the inner nut with the pin in it. then install the washer with holes to line up with the pin. Next install the out nut against the washer and tighten to 60-70 foot pounds. The inner nut can't move since the washer is keyed to the spindle and to the pin in the nut. The original style nut kit would be link the one in this link.
Rody from on
Do you show any inventory at your las vegas location for this part?
khris from vegas on
Our Las Vegas store does have them in stock but i have no way of knowing it they are available for sale or on hold for a customer. these are usually a stocking part. Thank You
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