If you're building a Jeep or other 4x4 for off-roading, you probably know the name Dynatrac and associate it with big, beefy, high-quality axle assemblies. But there wasn't always a Dynatrac offering alternatives to junkyard rebuilds of Dana 44 and Dana 60 axles with patented, unique drivetrain products designed specifically for the way you use your vehicle off road. The company had very humble beginnings. A man with a need and a drive to offer something better than what was available.
Today, just as in the beginning, Dynatrac products are engineered in the U.S., manufactured using U.S., materials and assembled in the U.S. a point of pride for McGean. Each and every axle goes through 117 different inspections during the assembly, ensuring unparalleled quality. McGean maintains a presence on the trail, in the shop and from behind the drawing board, pushing quality and innovation to new levels. Dynatrac specializes in seeing the needs of the off-road, military and commercial markets and continues to design solutions to fill those needs.
Known for its brawny axle assemblies, Dynatrac got its start in the early 1990s when founder Jim McGean was building axles in his garage for off-road enthusiast friends. When others resorted to low quality parts from overseas, he took a stand and maintained production here in the states. Dynatrac's innovations include the high-clearance ProRock 60, Free-Spin hub conversion kits and heavy-duty DynaLoc locking hubs. Every axle manufactured undergoes 117 inspections during its assembly for quality assurance and the Huntington Beach, California-headquarted company has a deserving reputation as a manufacturer of high quality innovative components. Shop Dynatrac Now