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Old 04-08-2008, 12:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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CJ a/t and t/c swap?

What is the most popular and common auto tranny and transfer case to swap in to a cj? I am going with sbc engine and want to run a driver side drop d60.
I am needing some suggestions and pics if anyone has any.
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unless you have a CJ 6, 7, or 8 [or 10 even], i would skip the auto trans. you could get an NP231 for your driver side pumpkin. i take it that an atlas or stak case is out of the question?? NP241, what about the bronco dana 20? that might have the texas bolt pattern, but it is a driver drop.
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Old 04-08-2008, 07:12 PM   #3 (permalink)
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If ya are going sbc a th350 is your best choice for an auto. I like Atlas for a transfer.
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does novak or advanced make a adapter to use a bronco dana 20 that will bolt to a th350
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Novak makes an adapter from a TH350 to a D18/D20 T-case. It says for the
Jeep/IH cases, but check with them to see it you could use the Ford D20.

http://www.novak-adapt.com/catalog/kit_103.htm
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Do you have the Dana 300 from the CJ? Do you already have a Dana 60
front that's driver drop? IMHO, If you have a dana 300 I'd look for a chevy
dana 60.

SBC/ TH350/400, Dana 300 twin sticked/4 t0 1/ Chevy Dana 60.
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