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Jeep GC Rear Axle
Posted April 28, 2007 at 11:14 am
Posted April 28, 2007 at 09:13 pm
Posted April 29, 2007 at 08:15 am
Posted April 30, 2007 at 07:47 pm
(1) Place transmission in neutral.
(2) Raise and support vehicle.
(3) Remove wheel and tire assembly.
(4) Remove brake caliper and rotor.
(5) Remove nuts holding axle retainer plate to axle
tube from the rear of the axle flange.
(6) Pull axle shaft from the axle with Slide Hammer
NOTE: The axle bearing race is normally loose in
the axle tube.
(1) Install axle into the axle tube with the flat area
of the retainer plate upward.
(2) Insert retaining plate studs into the brake
backing plate and axle tube flange.
(3) Install retainer nuts and tighten nuts to 61
N·m (45 ft. lbs.).
(4) Install the brake rotor and caliper.
(5) Install wheel and tire.
(6) Check and fill the differential with gear lubricant.
Posted April 30, 2007 at 07:51 pm
If you still have not reached a conclusion for the axle detail and the cover is still removed, post the crown gear stamp numbers. They will indicate ratio( tooth count) and the cr # I can translate through my work on Dana listings. It will narrow the application chart and in general, show wheel end options for any Dana axle in use. I work for Gear Centre, we are Dana/Spicer Distributors.
Posted May 1, 2007 at 07:38 pm
I've already re-installed the diff cover so I can't look for numbers inside. However, I did get the numbers on the two metal tags and on the actual cover. They are 52099433AG, 3.55 6969 and 75W140SYN on the two tags. On the cover is Dana, 47415, 057 3, Rev F. I hope this helps, thanks.
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