Yes they do. If they are the standard size any national auto parts store can get a set. OEM
is available from dodge at about twice the price. If you want bigger ones you going need to check with a vendor like HHP, Speed Logix or maybe Steve White's a dodge dealer that does a lot of after market stuff). Be prepared for sticker shock though for high horse power axle set, last time I checked over $1000.
DSS makes a Level 5 1400 HP axle for the 226 Rear Diff. This is something I intend to step up too, as I just had my axles out, and thing I'm on borrowed time. If yo do take your axles out, do yourself a favor and replace the hub bolts. I stripped one of mine. I'm not sure how I'm going to get it out to replace. But that is a problem for another thread.
I have heard that the half shafts on the 09 SRT challengers can only handle about 550 hp safely. Had anyone heard this or have any experience in this area? I just bought a challenger SRT from 09 running about 700hp and fear putting on a sticky tire else I’d snap a shaft. The cars an auto with...
I am hearing the zf rear ends have the ring gear welded to the carrier. I also have heard talk of some guys going to a 430 ratio. Anyone know if the 430 is actually available?
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Swapping a 2015+ rear cradle with the ZF 230mm differential into a 2014 R/T. Does anyone know part numbers for the bolts that mount the cradle to unibody (could most likely use the old, but want to go with new ones.) Also need part numbers for bolts that mount the differential to the cradle. If...