How to Remove a Dana 44 Rear Axle Shaft on a 98 Cherokee?

Answer The 1998 Jeep Cherokee is available in both two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive models. Both models use the Dana 44 rear axle with semi-elliptical leaf springs and conventional shock absorbers. Al... Read More »

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Dana 44 Rear Axle Shaft Removal?

The Dana 44 is a highly dependable and popular axle assembly for off-roading and performance car enthusiasts. It is also one of the most common axle assemblies with numerous aftermarket parts. Some... Read More »

How to Install a Dana 44 Rear Axle Shaft on a Jeep Wrangler?

The Dana 44 axle is found in some years of Jeep Wrangler. These axles have axle shafts that do the turning, and they connect to the pinion in the center of the differential. If you need to work on ... Read More »

How to Remove the Axle Shaft on a Dana 60?

The Dana 60 axle has been popular for more than 30 years and can be found in many makes of trucks and cars from U.S. auto manufacturers. These axles have axle shafts inside of them, and these shaft... Read More »

How to Change an Axle Shaft in a Dana Axle?

The axle shaft is located inside the axle, and connects to gears inside the differential and transmits power to your wheels. The axle shaft endures stress and torque. If it fails, you will need to... Read More »