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2012 Jeep Rubicon - Dana 44 Gear Installation Manual?

I'm going from 35's to 37' on my 2012 Jeep Rubicon 4 door. I'm expecting the Dynatrac 44 front axle to come in this week and will be reusing the stock Rubicon lockers with the RCV shafts I already have. I'm looking for 'definitive' instructions for 2012 Rubicon Dana 44 the includes torque and clearance specifications, as well as pictures (like a Chilton, Haynes, or Clymer's manual - none of which seem to exist for 2012+ models). I know about the plunger/lock sensor (found that thread) but I can't seem to find a current definitive a-z manual on changing out and setting up gears on front on rear for Jeep JK Rubicon Dana 44. If anyone can point me in right direction, I would be very grateful. All the Best! Scott
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I'm going from 35's to 37' on my 2012 Jeep Rubicon 4 door. I'm expecting the Dynatrac 44 front axle to come in this week and will be reusing the stock Rubicon lockers with the RCV shafts I already have. I'm looking for 'definitive' instructions for 2012 Rubicon Dana 44 the includes torque and clearance specifications, as well as pictures (like a Chilton, Haynes, or Clymer's manual - none of which seem to exist for 2012+ models). I know about the plunger/lock sensor (found that thread) but I can't seem to find a current definitive a-z manual on changing out and setting up gears on front on rear for Jeep JK Rubicon Dana 44. If anyone can point me in right direction, I would be very grateful. All the Best! Scott
If you have the proper tools this is a great guide

FYI its about as much fun as getting wisdom teeth removed

https://www.yukongear.com/Downloads/...structions.pdf




http://project-jk.com/jeep-jk-write-...orque-settings

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Thanks for the reference to manual. Pretty much what I was looking for in regards to How To. I didn't see the Dana 44 Rubicon in the Yukon manual, I'm guessing the specs would be different then an open Dana 44.

Wish I could say I was looking forward to this job, but I am not. Like most of us here, I have to keep pushing myself into new projects I haven't done before to keep my mind and body working correctly. I do have most tools already from prior projects. Never bought a tool I regretted owning.
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Thanks for the reference to manual. Pretty much what I was looking for in regards to How To. I didn't see the Dana 44 Rubicon in the Yukon manual, I'm guessing the specs would be different then an open Dana 44.

Wish I could say I was looking forward to this job, but I am not. Like most of us here, I have to keep pushing myself into new projects I haven't done before to keep my mind and body working correctly. I do have most tools already from prior projects. Never bought a tool I regretted owning.
The specs were on the lower link

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