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05-25-2010 01:05 PM
flatline the linkage on a yj is pretty simple, just pull one off of a cherokee(easy to find in junk yards) the skid plate just bolts up flush to frame but had special taperd bolts for stock skidplate. those bolts are a dealer iteam.
05-11-2010 07:55 PM
Drivetrain help needed

Hi all. I just picked up my first YJ Wrangler last week. I've always owned CJs before... Anyhow, my YJ is a 92 with the 4.0, AX-15 and np231. The guy I bought it from had the drivetrain out of it to replace the trans. The bolts were lost long ago it seems. I've been piecing it back together the past couple days. Finally got the new clutch in, trans bolted up... I'm getting ready to do the T-case tomorrow, but I just realized another small problem - the lever from the 4wd selector to the t-case is missing.

Can anyone with this same drivetrain post pics of their t-case shift linkage for me? I'd like to see what it looks like before I go to the dealership or junk yard.

ALSO - all of the skidplate mounting hardware is gone. Are there rubber isolators between the skid plate and the frame and the skidplate and trans where it bolts up?

Any help would be great. I searched for an hour and could not find any decent pictures of the stock set-up...


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