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03-11-2008 06:44 PM
jeepcrazy98 ya its not got many miles on it at all i replaced it a while back when i thought that was the prob and its a high preformance clutch to so i should be good on that
03-11-2008 02:10 PM
Jerry Bransford No seals to worry about unless the new tranny or old t-case is leaking as both are sealed self-contained units. You'll need an E-10 and E-12 extended Torx-head socket adapter too. Two E-12 bolts at the top hold the tranny to the engine and one (IIRC) E-10 at the top holds the t-case to the tranny. Otherwise it's a bolt-up process if you're just replacing an AX-15 with another AX-15, there is no sealing of the tranny to engine or t-case to tranny to worry about.

I hope you are replacing the clutch and throwout bearing while it's all apart, unless the clutch has very low miles on it.
03-11-2008 01:34 PM
jeepcrazy98 hey guys sorry bout the details its a 98 manual 4.0 and which seals and stuff do i need
03-10-2008 07:06 PM
Originally Posted by Jerry Bransford View Post
Give us some details man, what year Jeep and what tranny is going out and in.
Ha, you're just bustin to tell someone how to install a tranny now that you've busted your knuckles on it for the last few weekends eh Jerry. I remember swapping my 32 out myself on my back in my garage and it was no fun at all.
03-10-2008 07:05 PM
Jerry Bransford Give us some details man, we're not mind readers. What model Jeep, which engine, and what tranny is going out and in?
03-10-2008 06:59 PM
64panhead ive done both manual and auto just ask if you have any questions. before you even start make sure you have a jack stand and a floor jack with a wide lift plate for stability
03-10-2008 04:13 PM
1BLKJP Which tranny? Manual or Auto?
03-09-2008 10:42 PM
transmision install

hey yall got my new trany just wonderin if anybodys ever changed one out or got any tips


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