Early YJs built from '87 until '89 used a 10" rear drum
instead of the 9" drum used in the later YJ and TJ Dana 35c. The
axle in the picture above has the 10" drums.
The R&P ratio ranges supported by the carriers are 2.73-3.31
The Dana 35c is the axle used in all YJs (Wrangler) from '87-'95
and it is the standard axle in the TJ (Wrangler), ZJ (Grand Cherokee),
MJ (Comanche), and XJ (Cherokee). The Dana 44 is an optional axle on
the TJ, ZJ, MJ, and XJ. Some XJs were built with the corporate
Chrysler 8.25 axle as standard. The TJ and ZJ versions are coil
sprung, the XJ version is leaf sprung (spring over), and the YJ and MJ
versions are leaf sprung (spring under).
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