Quality Gear - Dana 35 Differential

Dana 35 differential

The Dana 35 (as well as the AMC-15) are found in a wide variety of vehicles; the most common Dana 35 applications are as a rear axle in the Jeep Cherokee, Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Comanche. It also is a common front axle in the Ford Explorer.

In the 1990s Ford used the Dana 35 as a front axle. In both TTB and full IFS variations. These units also follow Ford's tradition of using high pinion, reverse cut units. Dodge used this front axle only for a few years in Dakota's and Durangos; it was also used extensively in Jeep models.

Dana Differential parts available include:
Axle Shafts, Cases, Limited Slips, Lockers, Nest Kits, Rebuild Kits, Rings & Pinions

    Dana 35 Specs
  • Ring Gear measures 7.5 inches (191 mm)
  • OEM Inner axle shaft spline count: 27
  • Pinion shaft splines: 26
  • Rear axle ratios range from 2.73:1 to 4.88:1
    • TTB axle ratios range from 3.27:1 to 4.88:1
    • IFS axle ratios range from 3.08:1 to 4.88:1
  • Carrier break: 2.72:1 - 3.31:1 and 3.55 - 4.88:1
  • Axle Shaft diameter
    • Rear 1.09 inches (28 mm) (30 Spline)
    Compatible with Models

    Front Axle

    • 1997-2000 Dakota
    • 1997-2000 Durango

    • 1990-1997 Explorer
    • 1990-1997 Ranger

    Rear Axle

    • 1984-1997 Jeep Wagoneer
    • 1984-2001 Jeep Cherokee
    • 1993-2004 Jeep Grand

    • 1986-1992 Jeep Comanche
    • 1987-Present Jeep Wrangler
    • 2001-2007 Jeep Liberty

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