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Old 11-27-2018, 09:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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DRIVETRAIN HELP!!

I am running all new brake lines in a 1974 Scout 2. After the lines are done I will be moving to Drive Train. I am not looking to do anything CRAZY with the scout but I want to be able to go on some moderate level trails and drive it to and from work. That being said what would you recommend for drive train options with passenger side drop T-Case.

I might be able to get my hands on a 351 W and Transmission for pretty cheap but I don't quite know how to get a passenger side drop T-Case with this setup.

I am open to pretty much anything, Jeep 4.0, Chevy 350 etc. I would like to keep her manual though. But ultimately would just like to be able to drive it with 4X4. Thanks for taking a look and for your help!
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Old 11-27-2018, 11:03 AM   #2 (permalink)
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What trans?

Not that it really matters but fords are all round bolt pattern.

I see about sorcing a 31spl inpit for a d300 and redrill the face on it or get a ring from aa.

In reality you can just oblong a hole if needed since jeep/chys and ford use the same pattern and clocking.
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What trans?

Not that it really matters but fords are all round bolt pattern.

I see about sorcing a 31spl inpit for a d300 and redrill the face on it or get a ring from aa.

In reality you can just oblong a hole if needed since jeep/chys and ford use the same pattern and clocking.
I was thinking that if I go the ford route then either the ZF5 or M5OD-R2.

If I go with the d300 passenger drop you are saying that I just need to get a machine shop to drill the face with the correct bolt pattern to match up to one of these transmissions?
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I was thinking that if I go the ford route then either the ZF5 or M5OD-R2.

If I go with the d300 passenger drop you are saying that I just need to get a machine shop to drill the face with the correct bolt pattern to match up to one of these transmissions?
just buy this kit and be done with it.

https://www.advanceadapters.com/prod...0-adapter-kit/

don't perpetuate high D300 prices. They're $150-$200 cases.
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I was thinking that if I go the ford route then either the ZF5 or M5OD-R2.

If I go with the d300 passenger drop you are saying that I just need to get a machine shop to drill the face with the correct bolt pattern to match up to one of these transmissions?
Just verify the output spline.

You may not even need to redrill, it SHOULD bolt up and clock correctly, you MIGHT just need to oblong 1 or 2 holes. If you dont like the clock as is, yes, get it redrilled.

I was getting gm and ford pattern clocking mixed up at first.
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How much you wanting to spend? The 05-07 Ram 2500’s cane with nv4500’s and a passenger drop np241 DLD which are 29 spline. If you got lucky you could score the whole drivetrain and run it.
I’m running the same nv4500 with a driver drop np241C in my Scout 800....should be a very nice combination with the newer 5.7L Hemi VVT motor
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