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It depends on how modified or stock your Jeep is as to whether you will need a new set of driveshafts. We found that the new length and height of the high-pinion front 44 required a shorter front shaft, while the old rear shaft bolted right into place. Since our shafts had well over 120,000 miles on them, we swapped in a set of heavy-duty shafts from J.E. Reel.