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Old 09-18-2008
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Waggy D44 questions

Ok so a guy at school is possibly parting out a Grand Wagoneer. OF course i offer to take the front axle off his hands. But as i was search on info about the Waggy D44 i saw that someone said to not buy the 87-88 year D44. Why not? it is just cuz they are leaf sprung?
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i think that waggy is a wide track, so the 44 is even wider than the normall waggy 44
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I belive that is the year where they had the unfavorable vaccum disconnect.
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