Many will agree that the Jeep Dana 30 axle is one of the weakest links of the Jeep (Cherokee XJ, Grand Cherokee ZJ, Comanche MJ, and Wrangler TJ/LJ). Advances in technology, combined with industry competition, make the Dana 30 a very easy differential to beef up. Even with a Super 30 Kit, the Dana 30 receives criticisms as a result of having a weak housing. Common Dana 30 housing complaints are: bent housing/tubes, difficult to replace upper control arm bushings, rotated/spun differential tubes and difficult to attach custom control arms
TNT’s Jeep Dana 30 weld-on axle truss addresses all of these issues. Designed to run the full length of the axle, our truss helps distribute the load put on the front housing at any one time. Our slotted coil buckets give you the freedom to adjust the front end to where you want it. By giving you the option to add the axle brackets/mounts you need, our 3/16 inch formed steel truss is ideal for all projects – custom or factory upgrade.
Mounts chosen when ordering the truss will come welded to the truss.
- Runs full length of the axle
- Ships fully assembled
- Constructed of 3/16 inch steel plate
- Build a trail-ready Dana 30
- Mounts constructed of 3/16 inch steel plate
- Driver’s side & passenger’s side upper control arm mounts ship with new bushings
- Slotted coil buckets for easy wheelbase adjustment
- Coil mounts include shock & factory trackbar mounting provisions
- Trackbar mounts available for over-the-knuckle and crossover/Hysteer applications
- Swaybar mounts constructed of 3/8 inch steel plate
- Made in the USA
- Due to the mount combinations available, truss kits are built to order so please allow 15-20 business days before shipping
- Requires removal of factory upper control arm mounts and coil mounts
- Requires welding for installation
- We strongly recommend using a certified welder for any welding tasks
- The product received may differ from the product pictured
- Not recommended for use with factory control arms
- Disclaimer regarding wheelbase changes: TNT is not responsible for the incompatibility or failure of another manufacturer’s control arms. TNT recommends checking with your suspension manufacturer regarding the compatibility of their control arms before performing any wheelbase changes.