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Offline 89 MJ

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Transfer Cases and Axles
« on: March 26, 2024, 11:18:52 PM »
From my experiences with Jeeps and Eagles, I have acquired a considerable amount of knowledge about NP231Js, NP128s, NP129s, NP228s, NP229s, and I have a fair bit of knowledge about NP242s, NP241Cs, and NP207s when it comes to interchangeability and years where differences occurred.

I also have a sound understanding of various rear axle swaps along with the workings of the CAD axle disconnect system in the front axles of some of our Eagles.

Feel free to reach out and I can provide support.
1986 Eagle: 258, Auto, Chrysler 8.25 rear, 3.54 gears
1989 Jeep Comanche: 4.0, AX-15, 8.8 rear, 4.10 gears
1940 Chevy PU: 350, 700R4

Offline vangremlin

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Re: Transfer Cases and Axles
« Reply #1 on: March 27, 2024, 11:27:05 AM »
Thanks for the offer to help.  I know I struggle with understanding all the options available - especially when is it time to switch to a different transfer case because your viscous coupler is shot!
1981 Kammback 258 - "Pepe"
1980 Coupe 258 - "Ginger
1972 Gremlin X 304
1978 Gremlin 4 cyl 121 - sold
1964 TBird 390 - sold


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