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Old 01-31-2008, 06:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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5.2l swap into a cj. can i use a dana 300?

I have a 96 5.2l v8 with auto and od out of a grand. I plan to swap them into my cj6. wondering if there are any adapters to mate a 300 to that trany, or if a dana 300 will bolt up at all. any help? Or would it be easier to just go with a 4.0l?

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I have a 96 5.2l v8 with auto and od out of a grand. I plan to swap them into my cj6. wondering if there are any adapters to mate a 300 to that trany, or if a dana 300 will bolt up at all. any help? Or would it be easier to just go with a 4.0l?
it should bolt right up. The D300 shares the same bolt pattern as the original np t-case in the donor vehicle. Just check the output shaft on the transmission to ensure that it is 23 spline, and that it is flush with the t-case adpater mounting surface. If it sticks out, then you may need a spacer from advanced adapters.
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Old 01-31-2008, 09:20 PM   #3 (permalink)
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If you need that spacer I have one for sale...with new longer input shaft and clocking ring... /hi jack off/
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Old 02-01-2008, 10:38 AM   #4 (permalink)
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yes you will need to run an adapter/ spacer. i put a pass drop d300 in my grand and i used a go2guy clocking ring,about 5/8 thick and still needed more room. advanced adapters did not have that adapter out at the time i installed my tcase. it should be thick enought that no mods will have to be made. if i remember right , its been a couple years, it was something like 7/8 of an inch you will need to make up or the output of the trans will bottom out in the tcase before it mates up to it. i modded my bearing retainer with a different seal location and turned the input shaft down to accept a seal futher int he tcase.

edit: mine is also a 96 v8 5.2. it should have the long output shaft. i think there was 2 different length 23 spl outputs, or maybe it was a 21 and 23 spl hell i cant remember that was to many brain cells back.
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