The XJ Dana 44. It does exist, and if you are patient and you want one most likely one will come along at some point at a junkyard, forum, or on craigslist. Look for one in a well-optioned ’89 XJ, but be wary of the somewhat similar-looking Dana 35 turd. As for price, we’ve picked XJ Dana 44s up for a little over $125, but we’d bet some would pay north of $500 for one. With relatively large axletubes, 30-spline shafts, and 5-on-41⁄2 bolt pattern, this is a great axle for many Jeeps built between the mid-’80s through the mid-’00s with tires up to 35- maybe 37-inch tires.