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06-15-2013 09:05 AM
Redrider94
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Can you swop a ax-15 for an ax-5? I am sick of the ax-5 trany and was wondering if I could put an ax-15 in it instead? Will the ax-15 mount up?
Just google ax5 to ax15 swap loads of info on what you need. Not that hard to due, but involves parts from several different vehicles.
06-15-2013 07:23 AM
4Jeepn Yes.. most go with a 94 or newer as it has the external slave. Contact advance adaptor or novak jeeps for what all is needed..
06-15-2013 06:46 AM
redtoad
ax-5 swop

Can you swop a ax-15 for an ax-5? I am sick of the ax-5 trany and was wondering if I could put an ax-15 in it instead? Will the ax-15 mount up?

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