grendel

D44's front and rear

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To match a normal drop D300 - going into a YJ.

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Probably your beat bet for a SUA YJ is a set of SII axles, but you'll really need the knuckles rotated to get the correct pinion angle and caster.

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https://nh.craigslist.org/pts/d/1975-scout-ii/6289504567.html

A 4cyl would have 4.10s - might be worth not having to regear & ping Jeeping1974 about the front axle work

 

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Yes.

 

I am waiting for the Scout guy in VT to get back to me on how crusty they are.

 

I do have an hp30 with CAD and a Ford 8.8 I could use, but I prefer to match what's under the CJ7 for parts exchangeability. I also prefer to run the D300 I have vs an NP241 I don't have yet.

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Yeah, waiting to hear about the axle ratio. It was on FB and Craigslist

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Thanks guys. I bought an old project - some of you may know - Scrambled. Rick had it for a bit, it has Scout axles with 4.10's and lockers under it on outboarded perches.

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That's the CJ-8 I was trying to buy years ago haha.

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Want it on won tons?

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that's the rig that started me down the cj8 path.

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13 hours ago, The Smart Paul™ said:

That the one Rockdog built?  If so, show us some pics,  i always wondered where that went

No different one.

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