|01-17-2020 10:00 AM|
|01-11-2020 08:39 AM|
|SLOWPOKE693||I did mine the poor man's way. I welded a nut to the output shaft and used a big washer, an O-ring, silicone and a short bolt to hold my yolks in. Worked fine and didnt leak.|
|01-10-2020 07:06 PM|
Negative. 96 or 98 swapped to a different spline on the outputs and manual 99-05s will have a 23 spline input on the t-case, not 21. Sometime in 03 they changed the autos to 23 spline as well.
|01-10-2020 06:07 PM|
|crazybluerider||I put a gear set in a 2002 Grand Vitara recently that said it only fit the older cases. I think that they are all the same. At least for the stuff that still has a straight axle in the rear and the 1.8:1 case.|
|01-10-2020 05:32 PM|
|chevy1925||Get older case, bolt new style speed sensor on old case (yes it bolts in), still will need to hack/tap old t-case shaft for fixed yoke. Enjoy fruits of labor|
|01-07-2020 06:15 AM|
Track-Kick Transfer Case SYE question (Kid Buggy)
Older time Pirate Guy, new to the Suzuki platform.
I'm currently building a smallish buggy for my son, I purchased a Samurai for the front axle, and the case (saved for another project at some point), a 1996 sidekick with a 1.6 16v 5 speed and 5.13's for parts, and then a 2000 tracker with a 2.0 and auto with 4.62's.
I'm currently getting the 2000 stripped so the driveline can go on to my chassis cart and noticed both of the shafts are slip yoke going into the case.
After some searching (Yes I searched ) it appears that there is some aftermarket support for the earlier vintage tacker case -pre 98 but I haven't found anything for the newer case (Post 1998).
Do I need to steal the case out of my 96 to bolt to the 2000 4 speed auto? Is there a hack and tap option with sami flanges or yota flanges for the 2000 case?
I assume I need to keep the 2000 case so the computer has the speed signal to shift properly?
Does anyone have a direction to take on this?
Any help or guidance is appreciated.
Edit- looks like a Dana 300 and a rad designs shifter might be a potential solution after some additional reading.