How to Install a Dynatrac ProRock 44 in a Jeep Wrangler JK

How to Install a Dynatrac ProRock 44 in a Jeep Wrangler JK

In this video, Katie Jansma shows you how to install a Dynatrac ProRock 44 front axle in a 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK. This is an easy upgrade that most people with moderate automotive skill can do themselves in a garage or driveway, and is a great upgrade for a Jeep JK to replace the factory Dana 30 or Dana 44.



Jos sa says:

Dang great video

Dragonfly says:

That look at 1:34 though!

BajaMedic says:

I miss wheeling with you KJ, let’s make Moab happen soon.

Kevin Goh says:

Wear some gloves Woman!

Thomas Taranowski says:

I admire her ability to keep her nails looking good. I always end up thrashing my longer nails I use for guitar.

joshua casildo says:

Jeeps are simple vehicles, small enough anyone can work on.

basri kaplan says:

Probably shouldn't drink and do this in my driveway….but jeep life

ifp123 says:

What's the total average time for an 1-person JK dana 44 crate axle swap, at a professional shop? And before people reply: No, I'm not a pro mechanic, I'm not a DIY person.  Thanks.

James Mc Mahon says:

What a cutie


Awesome video ! One question Isn’t the front driveshaft too long now due to the snout on the PR44 being longer? or is it negligible ?

Mike Brawley says:

And I thought I was the only one that used hockey pucks for bump stop spacers. Guess not.

mahamed elmabrouk says:

What type of a drag link and tie rod are those?

Chuck Germany says:

Where are your gloves girl ?

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