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Dynatrac Tech Info and News

  • Dynatrac™ was Created Out of a Need for Quality Off-Road Axles

    If you’re building a Jeep or other 4x4 for off-roading, you probably know the name Dynatrac™ and associate it with big, beefy, high-quality axle assemblies. But there wasn’t always a Dynatrac offering alternatives to junkyard rebuilds of Dana 44 and Dana 60 axles with patented, unique drivetrain products designed specifically for the way you use your vehicle off road. The company had very humble beginnings. A man with a need and a drive to offer something better than what was available. Continue reading

  • Why Dynatrac™ Ball Joints Are Better

    In the early 1990s, we noticed that the balljoints the industry was switching to in solid-axle vehicles were not holding up as well as people thought they should. We looked at aftermarket alternatives and didn’t find any better quality, so we set out to engineer and build our own Heavy Duty Ball Joints.™ We wanted them to be as strong and durable as older kingpin setups, but to provide better control and accuracy like a balljoint. We also decided to make ours rebuildable, and exclusive for the performance off-road market. Continue reading

  • Dynatrac™ Introduces the ProGrip™ Performance Brake System for 2007-2015 Jeep Wranglers

    Dynatrac™ is setting a new standard in brake upgrades for the Jeep Wrangler JK with the introduction of its ProGrip™ Brake System, designed to provide a significant braking improvement during off-roading and daily-driving experiences as well as in emergency stops.

    The Dynatrac ProGrip Brake System comes with larger rotors for the front and rear, providing improved braking by moving the factory calipers farther from the axle centerline. The increased rear braking power provides balanced braking, reducing nose dive and dramatically improving the control of the vehicle in mild and hard braking conditions compared to upgrades that only address the front brakes. Continue reading

  • Reverse Cut Versus Standard Cut Ring Gears

    Perhaps the single most misunderstood axle term is reverse cut, often mistakenly referred to as reverse rotation. A reverse cut housing is not a standard cut housing turned upside down, it is a specially designed housing. The term "reverse cut" refers to the direction of the spiral cut in the ring gear, which is opposite that of a standard cut ring gear: Contrary to popular belief, it does not run backwards or in reverse. The principle behind a reverse cut is to strengthen the operation of the gear when it is used for a front driving axle application. Continue reading

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