This OEM part is the only correct option for this repair.
By Ben B
from Opelika, AL
4.0Fits stock centering yoke, but not Napa greasable
Part was correct for my 2006 LJ. Only recommendation is if to not get a greaseable CV centering yoke when rebuilding the double cardan joint. The one I got from Napa doesn’t fit well with this dust cover.
By Dan C.
I look every local auto part and every one give me the wrong seal searching the web I found 4 wheel parts and search for the seal looking at the price and didn't think that could be the one at local auto parts was $15,00 more for the wrong thing so I try 4wheel and part arrive fast and was the right one I install with no problem and pay $15,00 less great deal and all my friends are using 4wheel now
Dana's website says it fits Front Dana 44 axles.
from 4WP Corporate Headquarters
Is this the correct pinion yoke seal for the rear Dana 44 axle in my 1972 Cj5 jeep? If not, could you possibly let me know which Dana part number I need?
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