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Dana 35

The Dana 35 (sometimes called an AMC 35 for the earliest models) was available in two configurations. The most common was a standard cut which was used in rear solid (beam) applications. It was also used in IFS applications, some of which used reverse cut gears while others used standard cut gears.

The Dana 35 was commonly found on the following vehicles: 1990 – 1997 Aerostar, front1968 – 1970 AMX, rear1994 – 1997 B3000, front1994 – 1997 B4000, front1984 – 2001 Cherokee XJ Sport, rear1984 – 2001 Cherokee XJ, rear1986 – 1992 Comanche, rear1978 – 1983 Concord, rear1997 – 1999 Dakota, front1997 – 1999 Durango, front1979 – 1987 Eagle, rear2001 – 2010 Explorer Sport Trac, front1991 – 1996 Explorer, front1996 – 2005 Explorer, front1992 – 1998 Grand Cherokee , rear1999 – 2004 Grand Cherokee , rear1993 – 1993 Grand Wagoneer, rear1970 – 1977 Hornet, rear1967 – 1974 Javelin, rear2002 – 2003 Liberty, rear1997 – 1997 Mountaineer, front1975 – 1980 Pacer, rear1990 – 1997 Ranger, front1998 – 2011 Ranger, front1997 – 2006 Wrangler TJ non-Rubicon, rear1987 – 1995 Wrangler YJ, rear

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