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Those are Dynatrac 60s not Mopar and they are WAAAYYYYY spendy! :D
 

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I'm told otherwise and I don't know who is correct or not but I’m trying to get the pricing for the mopar version. I have contacted both Curry and Dynatrac to get pricing and there is a huge difference in prices between the two.
 

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I'm told otherwise and I don't know who is correct or not but I’m trying to get the pricing for the mopar version. I have contacted both Curry and Dynatrac to get pricing and there is a huge difference in prices between the two.
At the Jeep display at Easter Jeep Safari was a Dynatrac 60. Its label basically said Mopar Dana 60 by Dynatrac.
 

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At the Jeep display at Easter Jeep Safari was a Dynatrac 60. Its label basically said Mopar Dana 60 by Dynatrac.
I’m getting too many conflicting stories on this and if what you are saying is true them I’m not going to be able to afford it at this time and should start looking at currie setup. Over $10K for both front and rear for dynatrac is little too much for me at this time.
 

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I’m getting too many conflicting stories on this and if what you are saying is true them I’m not going to be able to afford it at this time and should start looking at currie setup. Over $10K for both front and rear for dynatrac is little too much for me at this time.
Hopefully the info I've seen is wrong and the D60's are less expensive than shown above, but I'm wouldn't plan on it unfortunately.
 

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From the looks of it, I think Mopar is sending their military exports 60 axles with leaf spring mounts to Dynatrack and they are just putting the link/coil brackets on them.

There is usually a big price difference between Currie and Dynatrac. Personally I like the Currie Rock Jock, they have more clearance than the stock 44, they use all the stock brakes, incorporate an adjustable track bar and shock mounts, and multiple mounting holes for the links.
 

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I've got the Dynatrac 60's...a little over $13K. But, if you buy the front and rear, you get a discount (if I remember correctly it was somewhere around $600).
 

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I've got the Dynatrac 60's...a little over $13K. But, if you buy the front and rear, you get a discount (if I remember correctly it was somewhere around $600).
First off. Be safe over there ;)


Yeah but you are getting combat pay (don't worry I'm not knocking you. that's how I did my gears and lockers) so you can afford the pro-rocks

mere mortals have a hard time forking over the $$ for pro rocks (well that and us air force with short deployments)
 
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