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ProRock 44™ for Jeep Gladiator JT
The Dynatrac ProRock 44™ offers incredible strength and unmatched ground clearance in a small package for the all-new Jeep Gladiator JT. The ProRock44™ is full of uncompromising standard features like huge 3.125-inch-diameter, .500-inch thick-wall axle tubes, unique US-made heavy-duty Dynatrac™ end forgings, thicker suspension brackets than stock and more.
Heavy-duty 3.125-inch diameter axle tubes with .500-inch wall thickness; This is the same tubing we have used on our ProRock 60® axles for 30 years!
Eliminates the front-axle disconnect (FAD) and includes new chromoly inner axleshafts
The most ground clearance of any 44-based axle
Patented ProRock 44™ design
Rock-proof nodular-iron Dynatrac™ diff cover included
The strongest end forgings, made by Dynatrac™ in the USA
Available in 2 standard widths to fit Sport, Sport X, Sahara and Rubicon
The Dynatrac ProRock 44™ for the 2018 and newer Jeep Wrangler JL and 2019 and newer Gladiator JT has significantly stronger axle tubes and end forgings. This serious upgrade in strength and durability, along with the elimination of the Front-Axle Disconnect (FAD), provides JL owners with the Confidence to Explore® and the ability to run tires up to 38-inches tall without fear.
The ProRock 44™ is a direct replacement housing for the Jeep JL and JT front axle. It is available in two widths to match the stock axle widths in Sport/Sahara/Overland models, as well as the wider Rubicon model. This axle is significantly stronger than the factory Dana 44, addressing the critical areas that fail when larger tires are installed and the vehicle is used regularly off-road.