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Old 05-18-2018, 09:24 PM
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93 yj miss match ?

Hi, Kinda new here at posting. My 4cl 5 speed never did attach to my trans skid plate resulting in the trans moving around, and even the rear drive shaft falling out one time. I am not sure if I have the correct trans mount, or the correct trans skid plate. I ordered a new rubber mount for a 5speed trans, and it matches the old one, I think that I saw an automatic bracket different than the one on my yj
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Old 05-18-2018, 09:31 PM   #2
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That is not a YJ skid i think it's a TJ skid

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Old 05-18-2018, 09:39 PM   #3
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YJ skids look like this



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Old 05-18-2018, 09:48 PM
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Kool, now things are starting to come together I was figuring that something was not right.
The pan that you are showing seems to be the one all sites are showing for my 93. If you will notice the slots, for the trans mount, someone before me modified it.
I am wondering if new TJ mounts would work on my 93 transfer and I keep the skid plate, or try to find a used YJ pan, and use the YJ rubber mount that I just bought.
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I would source a correct skid BUT if you just want to rig it w your current skid, cut out a square (w radiused corners) around the existing slots and your needed holes, obtain a flat piece of 3/16 plate a little bigger than said cut out... drill it for your trans mount and either weld it or bolt it to the existing skid...
Again tho, I'd just buy a yj skid
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Old 05-19-2018, 08:20 PM
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Thanks, I was thinking of that since it might be difficult locating a good local proper plate, and this TJ plate is in excellent structural condition. I found one at a local junk yard , and it probably would not survive the dismantling.
I was also considering getting the correct TJ rubber mount, to match the TJ skid plate. I am hoping that the bolt pattern for mounting to the transfer would still be correct to the trans. I am having trouble finding exploded views of TJs and YJs.
Any thoughts??
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Old 05-19-2018, 09:23 PM   #7
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You can buy a bramd new skid for a little over $200

I think a tj mount is a long shot that may snowball into more issues...
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Yeah..., mine is a woods rig keeping the costs down is very important. As it is I am replacing the clutch slave because the hydraulic line rotted at the quick disconnect, the line from the resivoir to the internal slave might not be salvageable also....because the disconnect is rusted up also....

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