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Old 06-24-2013, 08:12 PM   #1
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transmission and transfer case rebuild

Where can I find a transmission and transfer case rebuild kit for a 1980 cj5 4 speed

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Old 06-26-2013, 10:13 AM   #2
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I would try quadratec,

Jeep Transmission - Quadratec, not to familiar with CJ's but they seem to have rebuild kits for the older xmissions and xfer cases

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Old 06-26-2013, 03:25 PM   #3
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Yo will need to know if you have a T-176 or an SR-4 transmission. Your tcase should be a Dana 300, you'll need to know your output spline count and length.

Quadratec will have some kits. You might also check out Carl Walck @ Walck's 4WD.
If you are on the west cost, consider R&P 4WD
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Its been awhile but I always bought my stuff from Herm the overdrive guy. < google it.
His parts will contain no substandard, offshore junk. I am surprised Lynn didnt give him a plug too. Herm has been around forever and is a pleasure to deal with.
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Its been awhile but I always bought my stuff from Herm the overdrive guy. < google it.
His parts will contain no substandard, offshore junk. I am surprised Lynn didnt give him a plug too. Herm has been around forever and is a pleasure to deal with.
I like Herm for the early 5 stuff such as overdrives but for tranny, T-case and axles, in my humble opinion R&P is second to none. Fair prices and a ton of knowledge in their crew
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