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    I have some Jeep parts for sale. I know nothing about Jeeps. Parts are located in Conway NH. I will sell these very cheap. Make me an offer.

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    1989 Ford Bronco II (aka 'Babe the Blue Pig') -> 33" Maxis Rzr MT, Dana 35 TTB, Locked F/R, 4.56 gears, 3" Duff lift, Warn m8000 winch, Duff F/R bumpers, 100s of hours of my pathetic life, 2.9l POS motor

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    That axle looks to be a Ford 8.8 rear, a popular upgrade for any YJ, TJ or XJ running a Dana 35. In its stock form, it has stronger shafts, tubes and gears than a D35. The aftermarket has a TON of parts for swapping these into multiple vehicles including trusses and brake kits.

    That hood looks YJ and the fuel tank looks to be from a TJ.

    Hope that helps someone, and good luck with the sale!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mb523 View Post
    That axle looks to be a Ford 8.8 rear, a popular upgrade for any YJ, TJ or XJ running a Dana 35. In its stock form, it has stronger shafts, tubes and gears than a D35. The aftermarket has a TON of parts for swapping these into multiple vehicles including trusses and brake kits.

    That hood looks YJ and the fuel tank looks to be from a TJ.

    Hope that helps someone, and good luck with the sale!
    Wait, if thats an 8.8 I want it lol. I a for my Bronco II. I'm not well schooled on axles. I better do some research.

    As for the Jeep parts...they are going wicked cheap.
    "I hope you get hit by a goose, right in the sway bar!" -anon "Everything needs a snorkel!" -me

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    I was thinking that hood would look good on Mary Ann, but then I saw the Chrysler sticker. Can't do that to her, she's AMC all the way!
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    That axle is definitely Ford and looks to be an 8.8. Disks or drums will be a big difference in desirability due to shafts sizes.
    97 Jeep XJ Trussed/gusseted D30,Ford 8.8,locked F/R with Moly shafts and 4.56s,Stock 4.0 with a NVG241OR Rock-trac,5.5" long arm, full under armor, OBA, 35x12.5-15.

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