Originally Posted by HighRollerII
D44 then i would think im not big on the newer jeep and knowing the informations..
i think those are coils too
how big are the tires you are wanting to run?
id say for a good set up 4wd working, gears, tires, wheels the whole swap 5-7k depends on how much detail and not throwing it all together..
the new Jeep rbicons have a hybrid D44 with a D44 R&P and carrier? then D30 outer crap, so its a little stronger but not much stronger than a D30.. thats how i kinda understand it, i need to look into that some more
I'm with these guys, 5k easily. I did mine as cheap as i could, and i still came damn close to 3 grand(just to drive it), and I'm no where near done, i still have the rear axle to build, I need a front drive shaft, i want a new stronger rear drive shaft, I need to redo my steering linkage, new leaf springs... I need new tires, then to really go wheelin i still need a front bumper and some sliders
and once I get the money I'll be cutting all the leaf spring stuff off and linking it up. Its a huge money pit, expect to pay for lots of stuff you dont think your going to be needing
R.I.P. Dirty Debby. I miss that truck
New truck sports a chrome "C" on the fenders.
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