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Dana Spicer ring and pinions are the same high-quality gears that originally came in your Dana axle from the factory They're available in the most popular performance and replacement ratios. The ring and pinion gears are painstakingly designed and tested just like the original, which means smooth, reliable performance. They're built to the latest high-tolerance specifications, while also featuring a premium heat treating process that improves strength and durability. Optimal tooth profiles are also employed, which keeps operation both smooth and quiet.
When you purchase genuine Spicer ring and pinion gear sets, you can be confident the ring and pinion set will meet or exceed the exact Dana standards that original equipment manufacturers have relied upon for more than a hundred years.
The ring and pinions are manufactured with a special grade of steel, machined and heat-treated, so you can count on properly matched sets for optimal set-up and mesh.
Remember: Non-genuine replacement parts are usually not manufactured to the same standards, which can cost you more in the long run. When you purchase gearing with the Spicer name, you can rest assured that you are getting quality product that’s engineered to keep your vehicle on the road. Reduce your downtime and cost with genuine Spicer OE products.
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