Does the Dana 35 have LSD?
An LSD will be fine in your Dana 35.
How do you read a Dana differential tag?
The Bill of Material (BOM) number is used to identify Dana differentials. The BOM will identify the model number, the gear ratio, the type of differential, and all component parts. Traditional BOM’s are 6 digits followed by 1 or 2 digits and start with the numbers 60 or 61.
What vehicles have a Dana 35?
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.
Is a Dana 30 limited slip?
True-Trac limited slip for Dana 30 front. fits 3.73 and up. The True Trac limited slip uses a worm-gear design to bias torque from one tire to the other, providing extremely smooth operation.
Which is better limited-slip or locking differential?
Limited slip differentials provide your vehicle with the best traction around. Locking differentials might give you good traction too, but the traction that you will experience with limited slip differentials is better. For starters, they will make it easier to turn on roads which are slippery and wet.
Which is better limited-slip or open differential?
If the other wheel spins in the opposite direction, you have an open differential. If it spins in the same direction, you have a limited slip differential, or LSD. When working properly, an open differential is the best riding, most comfortable option for everyday driving.
How do I identify my Dana rear axle?
To figure out exactly what axle you have, you can look for the Dana stamped bill of materials number. This stamped number can usually be found on the righthand side or on the longer axletube on the same side of the tube as the differential cover, facing the rear of the truck.
What’s the difference between a Dana 35 and a Dana 35 C?
35c is a little bit newer version of dana35. C stands for a Custom as the axle was delivered to the end user without axle brackets. The axle is C clip, which holds the axle shafts in the carrier. It uses a centre pin to lock the shafts in.
Does a Dana 35 have C clips?
The ’90-and-later Dana 35s have C-clips that retain the axles in the housing. If a C-clip shaft snaps, the axle, wheel, and brake drum will liberate themselves from the housing if you try to drive on it.