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Ten factory D30 30 spline shafts fit in a D44?

Trying to figure out if the 30 spline D30 TEN FACTORY shafts will fit into my Rubicon front axle?

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No sir. Different internal spline count. The outers are the same but the inner axle shafts are not.


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These supposedly have the 30 spline inners though...isnt that what the D44 has?

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These supposedly have the 30 spline inners though...isnt that what the D44 has?
I didn't catch that. Interesting.

I wasn't aware of 30 spline shafts from Ten Factory for the D30, so I would verify what you have. Do you have a locker or anything in the D30?


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I didn't catch that. Interesting.
Does that mean they will work? I'm unsure if D30 shafts and D44 shafts are the same length???

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Does that mean they will work? I'm unsure if D30 shafts and D44 shafts are the same length???
Check my edited post.


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A buddy of mine bought these used because he was going to build up his D30 with a 30 spline ARB setup...then he decided to go to a Rubicon D44 instead. So, now he is trying to decide if these will work in his D44 or if he just needs to sell them and recoupe some cash.

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A buddy of mine bought these used because he was going to build up his D30 with a 30 spline ARB setup...then he decided to go to a Rubicon D44 instead. So, now he is trying to decide if these will work in his D44 or if he just needs to sell them and recoupe some cash.
I would buy 44 spec shafts and not chance it.


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I told him to get some RCV's but he's cheap...

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No, The D30 shafts will NOT work. The D30 long aide shaft is longer, it will stick out noticeably. The short shaft will look like it will work, but wont fully engage into the spiders. The difference is from the D30/44 housing sizes.
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Thanks for the info ledzep

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