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Old 05-24-2010, 04:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ax-15 difference question

is there adifference between the ax-15 manual trans throughout the years and models? I need a trans for my 4.0 95 yj and can get one out a 96 4.0 xj. Will they work?
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The xj trans clocks the tcase down compared to a yj. I would look for a trans out of a yj.
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2 differences that I know of
-clocking of the tailhousing as stated, but the tail sections can be swapped.
-Older AX's input shaft's are different ID's at the pilot bearings then newer ones. Easy fix, get a new pilot bearing.
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