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Motor Trend Magazine has voted our 2009 Dodge Free-Spin
kit as one of SEMA’s Top 25 New Products for 2011.
Check it out here: http://www.trucktrend.com
Recently Dynatrac expanded its Huntington Beach, CA operations by over 10,000 square feet of new warehousing and assembly space. The new space will allow Dynatrac to better serve its customers by providing more space to store components and finished goods while providing more assembly and quality-control stations. It will also create more space in the manufacturing building for machine shop and raw material storage expansion to improve lead-times and product offerings on Dynatrac’s proprietary axle assemblies, hub conversion kits and other specialty items for truck and off-road enthusiasts.
Dana 44 & Dana 60 - Axle Anatomy
ProRock 60 Axle & Brake Kit - Dynastout
2004 Nissan Titan - Project Titan Pt 1
5 part Project Titan build up
Ultimate Adventure Jeep CJ-17: The UACJ-Part 4: Axles & Stuff
Dynatrac Fixes Balljoint Problems
Axle Tech Bolt On Portal Axle For 14 Bolt & Dana 60 Axles - Lift-N-Gears
Dynatrac 80 Pro Series Axle Review-The End Of Axle Breaks
Jeep Wrangler JK Dynatrac Front Axle Housing Upgrade
Keep Your '07-'10 JK Front Axle From Getting The Bends
The Next-Gen Jeep TJ Dana 44 Axles From Mopar
Part I: Better Axle Bolt-Ins
Dynatrac ProRock 44 Unlimited
Installation into a 2012 JK Unlimited
Dynatrac ProRock 44 Axle - 4x4 Tech
Bolt-in Axle Upgrade For JKs, TJs, And More
Dynatrac ProRock 44 Gear Housing - Web Exclusive
Dynatrac Stub-Hub Kit - Really Short And Really Sweet
Dynatrac's Stub-Hub And Dynaloc Locking Hub
Dynatrac Jeep TJ Steering Kit - Steering Basics
Building the Better Steering System
Dynatrac Stub Hub Conversion
Dynatrac ProRock 44 JK Axle - Building the World's Strongest Dana 44
An Axle That Could Overkill
Dynatrac ABS Retrofit Kit - Adding ABS To Your Solid Axle Swap
Don't Fight It! Just Accept It
The Axle That Built Dynatrac - Dana 60
After-Hours Effort Pays Off
Overland Review: Sportsmobile, 50 years strong
Where do you start? This truck is a show piece from top to bottom. The design team started with a Wrangler Rubicon and repositioned the cabin over and ahead of the front axle. The Mighty FC required rework of nearly every aspect of the vehicle but the build quality and presentation is incredible. Off-road function is dramatically improved with the addition of Mopar's new Portal Axle set. These offset axles offer maximum ground clearance without requiring excessive suspension lift.
Mopar's Front Portal Axle (8-lug, part number P5155670) and Rear Portal Axle (8-lug, part number P5155671) are available from yoru MOPAR dealer (Dynatrac is also MOPAR dealer. Dynatrac is honored to be a part of the build of this incredible vehicle.
The J-12 is essentially an extended version of MOPAR’s JK-8 pickup conversion kit for the Jeep Wrangler. Starting with a 2012 Wrangler Unlimited, the frame was stretched 18” to allow a full 6 foot cargo bed. A custom front fender set and hood were created as a nod to the beloved Jeep Gladiator series. Equipped with a ProRock 44 front axle and a ProRock 60 rear, this rig is as tough as it looks. The J-12 is an instant classic.
The MOPAR Wrangler Apache is powered by a 6.4 liter, 470 HP MOPAR Hemi conversion kit. With a front Dynatrac Pro Rock 60 axle and a host of other quality off-road parts, the Apache is a Wrangler Unlimited YOU can build.
Lower 40 is a couple of years old now but the attention it commands it as strong as ever. The Jeep design group is justifiably proud of this rig. Low slung, fast, sexy, fast, capable and fast, this 5.7 Hemi equipped rig is a real crowd pleaser (did I mention it was fast?). With a ProRock 44 up front, this rig has been able to do it all.
The Wrangler Renegade is a very special 2 door. Equipped with a 6.4 Hemi and a 6 speed manual transmission, this Jeep is running 35” tires and ProRock 60s. It’s not flashy, in fact it’s a bit of a sleeper but the quality of this build is very evident. Our time with it in Moab on the slick rock showed this Jeep to be very capable.
Nuk is another one-of-a-kind Jeep. Modeled after the old M715 war horse, this rig is a crowd favorite. Based off of an extended JK Wrangler Unlimited frame, this Diesel powered truck has a Hybrid ProRock 44/60 front and a full floating 60 rear. One of the most popular concept Jeeps ever, this rig is almost too nice to take off road. Almost.
'Pork Chop' is a JK Jeep on a diet. All modifications were determined by potential weight savings. It was designed to be fully capable but very light weight. No heavy bumpers and few creature comforts. Doors? Who needs ‘em? Watching this little lightweight work on the rocks is a real joy.