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Old August 8th, 2011, 07:24
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87-95 D35 driveshaft

I have a rear driveshaft for an 87-95 XJ with a 4WD AW4 and D35 axle. This will be a direct fit for any other XJ with those properties. Since the D35 pinion is shorter than the 8.25 and the D44, the driveshaft is too long for those axles at stock ride height, but fits good if you have +3" lift. It won't work at all with 96+ XJ (different transfer case output length), or 2WD (different length), or a manual tranny (different length). FWIW I installed new greasable Spicer u-joints a couple of years ago, and the driveshaft is in good condition overall.

It will fit into a FedEx shipping tube and will cost $15-20 to ship.
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Old August 8th, 2011, 08:13
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Re: 87-95 D35 driveshaft

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Old September 28th, 2011, 10:34
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Re: 87-95 D35 driveshaft

Well I just measured the driveshaft and it shows 31" exactly. It is half an inch longer than the 87-95 AW4 4WD with D35 that I listed here. According to the research I did earlier and the available interchange data, it is for a 93-95 AX15 4WD with a D35.

It will work with an AX15/4WD/D35 at stock ride height, an AX15/4WD/8.25|D44 or an AW4/4WD/D35 with +3 inches of lift, or an AW4/4WD/8.25|D44 with +5 inches of lift.

The AX5 (87-92) is quite a bit shorter than the AX15 so this won't work at all for those. The 2WD drivetrain does not have a transfer case so it will not work for that setup either. And the transfer case output shaft on the 1996 and later XJ is also quite a bit different and this is not compatible with those either.
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