|11-07-2007 06:09 PM|
The dana 18 is pretty weak compared to the dana 20 and 300, plus its offset limits the axle swap ability, pretty much rover axles, waggy axles, sammi axles, cruiser axles, or a custom built axles.
|11-07-2007 04:31 PM|
|payj90||i would rather use the stock transfer case becuase of the drive for the pto. i will probley never use the pto but its pretty cool. i know a guy who has the whole drive line for a jeepster commando include a 225 v6. how much stonger would this driveline be.|
|11-06-2007 06:52 PM|
|myanarchy||probably a dana 18, if you're swapping axles might as well swap the case for a centered rear and use either a 20 or 300 case.|
|11-01-2007 11:19 AM|
|Badge1236||A Dana 300 or even a Dana 20 should hold up. You may have to get an adapter depending on the transmission. I would be more worried about the transmission than I would be the transfer case.|
|10-31-2007 05:45 PM|
hmm im no expert on this kinda stuff, buti know the twin stick is pretty strong, but if your in 4 lo with a chevy and up against something iiddkk
id go to www.earlycj5.com/forums they great over there they know there stuff!
also look through http://www.advanceadapters.com/
|10-30-2007 09:07 PM|
|payj90||and if the t case is not up to the job what should i look for to replace it. i can in thoery cut the axles to put the pinion where ever i need them|
|10-30-2007 08:44 PM|
48 cj3a transfer case
im working on a 48 cj 3a, it going to have a small block chevy. i want to upgrade to dana 44s building the axles isnt the problem. i was just wondering what the stock transfer case will hold up to.