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Old 04-20-2009, 06:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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DJ5 727 Tranny into CJ7

Looking at installing a 727 auto transmission out of a DJ5 Postal Jeep into my CJ7 with a 258. Any ideas problems that will come up? Will a Dana 300 bolt up or is there an adapter needed?
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Yes I know. Is there a adapter that is needed or a different tailshaft?
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Yes I know. Is there a adapter that is needed or a different tailshaft?
Just get the ultra-common 4WD version of the 727.

THAT 727 bolts to the D300 with no adapter.
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What donors should I be looking for?
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What donors should I be looking for?
FSJ's without quadratrac, and without the 258
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Just make sure it is not the TH400 that came in the earlier Wagoneers.
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1980 or newer, or just look for any FSJ with the front diff on the driver's side.
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