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1987 Jeep Wrangler YJ rear axle. Whats the difference between the c-clip on non?

1987 Jeep Wrangler YJ rear axle. Whats the difference between the c-clip on non?

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C- clp means there is C-clips inside the diff where the axles slide into the spider gears and the axle is notched and the c-clip is installed to hold the axle in place A non c-clip is where the axle bearings are pressed on down to the full length of the axle shaft to the hub and there is a hub plate that is bolted to the axle housing tube of the diff. If you think you can get a direct bolt in then no it wont work, with a few mods then yes it will. Diff assy for diff assy. But for that kind of extra time and money why not try and find a dana 44 out of a Rubicon or a yj that has that option diff assy
May 28, 2018
It will work for sure. Bolt right in as long as you are swapping the entire rear end (housing and all), not just the inners. Both 4 bangers so they should both have 4:11 gears.make sure they have the same ratio BEFORE you do the swap or it isn't worth your timeunless you want to re gear the front and rear end to match
May 28, 2018
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May 28, 2018
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May 28, 2018
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May 28, 2018

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