We offer a complete line of rear end parts including ring and pinions, bearing overhaul kits, positractions and open carriers for your DANA 35 rear end/differential. You can purchase high quality ring and pinion sets in various ratios, high quality rear end bearing overhaul kits including pinion & carrier bearings, pinion seal, crush sleeve, pinion nut, shims, ring gear bolts, marking compound and gasket all in one kit. Chrysler utilized this differential in their Jeep line starting in 1984 including the Wagoneer, Cherokee, Comanche, Wrangler and Scrambler. Ford applications included the Explorer, Bronco II and Ranger fronts starting in 1990.
Having problems with Dana 35 rear end? We offer a complete line of rear end parts including ring and pinions, bearing overhaul kits, positractions and open carriers for the DANA 35 front and rear differentials. You can purchase high quality ring and pinion sets in various ratios, high quality bearing rear end bearing overhaul kits including pinion bearings, pinion seal, crush sleeve, pinion nut, shims, ring gear bolts, marking compound and gasket. Chrysler utilized this differential in their Jeep line starting in 1984 including the Wagoneer, Cherokee, Comanche, Wrangler and Scrambler. Ford applications included the Explorer, Bronco II and Ranger fronts starting in 1990. Our inventory includes ring gear and pinion sets, including aftermarket and OE gear sets. We are able to supply axles, carriers, cases, spider and side gears. Positraction units we offer include Lockrights by Powertrax, Auburn, Detroit Lockers, Trac Loc and ARB air lockers. We are a Dana Spicer volume distributor and offer a complete line or ring gear and pinions and differential repair parts from the small 7.5-inch differential to the large Dana 80. Don't see what you need give us a call 800-216-1632 and let us help save you some money!
Along with our quality parts you have access to applications information for available ring and pinion ratios, information to assist you in identification of the differential that you have. Free information for ring and pinion installation. We also supply setup specifications and carrier/case breaks when you are considering gear ratio changes. You can review applications available to assist you with selection of the specific positraction unit that you may need to improve your performance.
This series of Dana/Spicer axles are identified with a manufacturing date (1) and Bill of Material number 1/8" high metal stamp (2) stamped on the right or left hand tube on driving axles. The Bill of Material number may also be found on the carrier in some models as shown in illustration (2A). For independent front suspension (IFS) axles, the B/M number may be located at one of three locations: 1). A vertically positioned tag near the center of the right hand side support arm, 2) stamped into the left hand side support arm (opposite end of the camber adjuster), or 3) stamped into the "nose end" of the axle carrier. The location of the information will depend on the manufacturing date of the axle. The axle model number will be cast into one of the webs as shown (3), or it can be on the nose. Each axle contains a gear ratio tag (4), and if the axle is equipped with a limited slip differential, it will have a tag specifying the type of limited slip lubricant to be used (5).
With this number we can tell you exactly what components the factory used in the assembly of your differential. You can also the following link below to research exactly what parts you need, following step 1 and then step 2 and then enter your bill of material number: You will see a detailed list of parts and part numbers for your application.
You get the right parts the first time! Once you know the bill of material number give us a call or down load and refer to the appropriate parts catalog listed for your bills of material number. The parts catalog contains exploded views, parts listings, bill of material tables, and variable parts tables for each series is listed below to help you identify the parts you need