Do I receive pinion Bearing with this kit ?? Dana 44 5:38-----------------Mac
Mac from Crescent City, Ca. on
The 706376x is just the shim's does not include the bearings.
Rody from Crescent City, Ca. on
What are the thicknesses of the carrier side shims?
I have a bare 2004 Rubicon rear housing and need the supposedly "thicker" shims that go between the housing and the carrier bearings. From what I gather the shims I need are around 0.125" thick.
Brad from on
That kit is not correct for the outside shims. It has the shims for under the bearing.
If you need just the carrier shims use G/2 15-SK47
these are the shims we use on our D44 axle assemblies.
Rody from on
I'm looking for a shim kit and and a bearing installation kit for a 1953 Dana44, 19 spline tapered axles.
give me the part # for this application? Can you give me the part number for this application?
Kerry from Wellborn, FL on
What carrier are you going to be using? The bearing on the carrier are different for the after market units. If you are using a aftermarket carrier use kit G/2 35-2033. With the stock carrier it will be all separate pieces.The shims come with the 35-2033 if you use that.
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