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Old 12-11-2010, 11:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Swaping M5OD-R2 internals to M5OD-R1

Will M5OD-R2 internals swap into a M5OD-R1 Case?

Why' I have a a 3.0 ranger motor and want to put in a 203 to dana300 doubler, The only way to do this is to have 31 spline output shaft that the R2 has.
This is for a modified buggy so Clearance is not an issue, The only issue is the bellhousing on the 3.0 Ranger motor. that is why I need to keep the trans case.

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You may want to look into adapters as the M5R2 output shaft may be longer than the M5R1's. Do a little google'ing on the lengths of the input and output shafts of the two.
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