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Poly Performance 5.38 R&P's For JK Rubicon Dana 44's-------------------------------->

We have been working on getting these things figured out for quite awhile. We ending up spending the last 3 weeks writing the most detailed set of gear installation instructions I have ever seen... Check it out!

JK Rubicon Dana 44 5.38 R&P's


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Nice. Nice instructions too.

Non-Rubicon gears and install sets coming? Looking for a set of 4.88's for my D30 and D44 soon...... Superior gears are mighty pricey... mostly on the monopoly factor they've got going....

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Nice. Nice instructions too.

Non-Rubicon gears and install sets coming? Looking for a set of 4.88's for my D30 and D44 soon...... Superior gears are mighty pricey... mostly on the monopoly factor they've got going....
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so are the instructions good enough that a diy'er could handle it?

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so are the instructions good enough that a diy'er could handle it?
That was the intention.... Took us about 3 weeks to do those man. No other R&P manufacture has anything like it.


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That was the intention.... Took us about 3 weeks to do those man. No other R&P manufacture has anything like it.
I read through your instructions and they are very good. It has me considering tackling the install myself. My only concern would be warranty work on the labor if I jack something up. There wouldn't be anybody to yell at but myself.

Still may try it though. It seems every time I have somebody else work on my Jeep, which isn't very often, I have to fix what they did anyway. Thanks for the detailed instructions.
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where can you look at the instructions

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never mind i found it

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