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Ten Factory Rear Axles (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

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      Review & Installation Video

      Upgrading your axle shaft is a good idea if you're somebody who has big tires on your Jeep, you do some hardcore wheeling, you're worried about snapping a shaft on the trail, or of course if you've already broken an axle shaft. Going with something that's going to be chromoly and stronger than a factory replacement is definitely going to be a good idea. Today, we're going to talk through the installation of these axle shafts, which I am going to give a strong two out of three wrenches. There's no major modifications necessary to get these installed. However, you are going to have to do a good bit of disassembly of your axle assembly, in order to get these in place. The whole process is probably going to take you around three hours or so per axle. But we'll talk through that a little bit further in just a second. Now, Ten Factory makes a high-quality axle. However, there are some other companies out there that are going to make a similar axle out of a similar material, and they're going to be right around the same price. So as far as what brand you choose, that's really up to you. I do like this axle shaft in particular, especially the front shafts that come from Ten Factory, because of the 5-760X U-joints that are used. These are a nongreaseable U-joint up front, which is going to be a little bit stronger than the greaseable ones, because of course you don't have the grease pads drilled through your U-joints. As far as construction goes, these front axles are going to be made out of a 4340 chromoly, in the rear are made of a 4140 chromoly. The axle shafts are just going to be a little bit bigger in the rear, so they can get away with a slightly lower-strength material. Either way, these are going to be a factory spline count, so they're going to slide directly into that carrier that you already have installed in your Jeep. Out back, you're going to have all of your bearings, your seals, and your ABS tone rings that you need to get these installed. So it is a very complete kit and it is going to be very strong. As far as the install goes, I am going to give these a strong two out of three wrenches. You are going to have to do a good bit of disassembly, even though there's no major modification necessary to get these installed. You're going to want to set aside around three hours, and you're going to need most of the tools in your toolbox for this installation. As far as the actual install itself goes, of course, you'll have to jack up the Jeep, remove the wheel and tire, also remove the brakes. Then, you can remove the bearing assembly, pulling the whole axle shaft out, and go ahead and reinstall your new axle shafts, and then the rest of the components in reverse order. These actually just come in at right around $600. As I said before, there are quite a few other brands out there that are going to be making axle shafts of a similar material, they're going to include similar components, and they're going to be right around the same strength. Because, as I said, they are made pretty much the same. So which brand you choose is really up to you. The prices are going to be similar. The final product is going to be similar. So really up to you what you want on your Jeep. So when you've already broken an axle shaft on the trail and you're looking for a stronger than factory replacement, or you're going to install some stronger shafts along with your larger tires to ensure you're not going to break anything on the trail, this is going to be an affordable and fairly easy to install option for you. So that's my review of the Ten Factory axle shafts, fitting all 2007 and up JKs that you can find right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Dana 44 Rear Axle Set
      • 30 Spline
      • 4140 Chromoly
      • Black Oxide Finish
      • Axle length: Left - 31.10", Right - 32.50"
      • 5x5" bolt pattern
      • 45 lbs
      • Includes Left and Right Axle Assemblies, ABS Rings, Wheel Bearings, Seals, Wheel Studs
      • Joints Already Pre-Assembled
      • 10 Year Replacement Warranty
      • Fits 2007-2018 JK Wrangler, Excludes Rubicon


      Stronger and Beefier. The Ten Factory Dana 44 rear axle set is a complete drop-in upgrade ready to replace the rear factory axles on 2007-2018 JK Wranglers. The Dana 44 is the best differential that a Wrangler can come with, however the OEM axles are still considered to be a light-duty design and as such easily bend or snap when larger tires are installed. The Ten Factory axles are 30-spline, high-strength shafts with a 5x5" bolt pattern and are well up to the task of dealing with 33" or larger tires. If you have or plan to run a 33" or greater tire and want to wheel off-road, the question becomes when, not if, the factory axles will give out.

      Factory Fit. These Ten Factory Dana 44 axles are a direct replacement for the original axles. Made super strong 4140 chromoly steel, these axles are also heat treated to increase their tensile strength. Finished with a black oxide coating, these shafts will have a long service life. ABS rings, new bearings, seals and wheel studs are included with the shafts and complete the kit.

      Application. These Ten Factory Rear Axles fit 2007-2018 Jeep JK Wrangler with Dana 44 rear differential. Does not fit Rubicon edition Wranglers. Joints come already pre-assembled.

      Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

      MPN# MG22156

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      Customer Reviews (2)

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      Ratings Summary

      4.5 out of 5 overall rating from 2 customers

      Installation Time: Afternoon

      • November 09, 2017

        5 2010 Wrangler - VitoF Installation Time: Afternoon

        Great upgrade from factory

        I wish all Jeeps would get rid of the Dana 30 or make it optional . I would rather have the Dana 44 on the front and rear . There made thicker and better to take on more punishment . This kit is a great upgrade from factory highly recommend this

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      • August 18, 2017

        4 2007 Wrangler - JohnD Installation Time: Afternoon

        Easy swap.

        Easy swap with an H-frame press. Would recommend replacing mounting flange if Jeep has 100,000 miles. With experience and right tools took about an hour per side. This time includes setting studs and assembly of the axle shafts prior to install. I give them a 3 of 5 for fit due to the studs do not match the factory serration/knurl diameter and length. So the nearby auto parts store studs will not work.

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      Questions & Answers (1 answers)

      1 Top Rated Question

      The feature bullet points say Axle length: Left - 31.10", Right - 32.50" but this is for a non-Rubicon, so shouldn't the lengths be equal? On Ten Factory's website, the MG22156 says the shafts are equal length, so I'm confused.

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Drivers Side Rear Axle Shaft Assembly
      • (1) Passenger Side Rear Axle Shaft Assembly
      • ABS Rings
      • Wheel Bearings
      • Seals
      • Wheel Studs

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