Get genuine performance from genuine Spicer. Spicer parts are designed, engineered, and manufactured to meet or exceed OE requirements because they are OE parts, ensuring a perfect fit with our full line of industry-leading axles. That’s why Spicer is the name you can trust for top performance and durability. Through heat treating and a slower quality scan rate, Dana is able to deliver a much more consistent and stronger Spicer axle shaft. In addition, the cold-formed rolled spline eliminates the need for machining, which can cause stress fractures and premature failures. And not only are Spicer axle shafts fatigue-tested to last, 100% of our front axle parts are ultrasonically tested, so we’re able to check for any internal cracks that regular magnetic testing can’t reach. We’re proud to claim a safety factor that’s high even by OE standards—because when it comes to the performance of your axles, there’s no room for compromise.
The same heat treating, slower quality scan rate and cold-formed rolled spline also enable Spicer to deliver a much more consistent and stronger rear axle shaft, with less of the machining that can lead to stress fractures and premature failure. In addition, Spicer rear axle shafts undergo the same fatigue testing and ultrasonic testing, delivering a safety factor that’s high even by OE standards.
Dana Spicer products strive to meet the same high standards as OE parts, but in reality they are OE parts. The company's commitment to engineering and design innovation stretches back to 1904 when Dana was founded and began producing Spicer products. That legacy translates to quality, dependable axle components that keep Jeeps out on the trail and help daily drivers brave commutes with confidence. Driveshaft parts, universal joints, Dana axles and Spicer axle components are some of the Dana Spicer products that Jeep owners know they can count on. When you need to tighten up a sloppy differential, replace the clutches in your limited slip or replace a worn out yoke, call on Dana Spicer. Shop Dana Spicer Now