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Old 03-02-2006, 07:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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passanger side output transfercase

Is there anything i can do to make my 89 YJ transfercase output shaft on the passanger side. I already have a scout rear dana 44 and I would like to use the front also. The tranny is a ax15 out of a cherokee.
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Run a modified Dana 300 (for the input shaft).

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Run a modified Dana 300 (for the input shaft).

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what he said. You'll have to cut a hole in your floor becuae the sifter will be on the other side though.
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Depending how high you clock the D300, you will need more cutting. I mounted my D300 nearly "flat' (front output as high as rear output), and I had to do some somewhat heavy cutting of the floor.

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what he said. You'll have to cut a hole in your floor becuae the sifter will be on the other side though.
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