Engineered for all Jeep Wrangler JKs, 2007 to current, the Ultimate Dana 44 axle is a direct bolt-in solution and requires you to reuse your stock wheel ends. Featuring a number of upgrades for added on-trail durability, plus added strength wherever you take your vehicle, the Ultimate Dana 44 axle is built to meet the demands of serious off-road enthusiasts.
From the Spicer nickel chromoly steel axle shafts to the Spicer performance differential cover to the SPL 1350 axle shaft universal joints, the Ultimate Dana 44 front axle is built to deliver for people who rely on their Jeep Wrangler JK.
how well will this axle hold up to 37" tires
Asked by John from Colfax, Ca on
John, the Dana Spicer Jeep JK Ultimate Dana 44 Front Axle Assembly 4.88 Ratio can definitely hold a 37" tire without issue for daily driving and light wheeling. If you are planning on rock crawling, then you may want to consider a Dana 60. I hope this helps!
Answered by Sara H. Ext 4874 from Colfax, Ca on
How well will this axle assembly stand up to running 37" tires I run the Rubicon a few times a year and other trials
Asked by John from Redwood City, Ca on
Hey John, the Dana Spicer Jeep JK Ultimate Dana 44 Front Axle Assembly 4.88 Ratio will hold up great for up to 40 inch tires. Thanks for your question.
Answered by Devin B. ext 4835 from Redwood City, Ca on
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