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Old 04-19-2015, 07:58 AM
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identification help please

I need help on how to identify this transmission I know it a remanufactured one so not sure if its a ax5 or ax15 any help would be greatly appreciated

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Looks like an AX5 to me.

From Novak-adapt.com

Identification AX15
The 4wd version of the AX15 transmission case is 16-1/2" long. It features a cast aluminum case with a cast-aluminum mid-plate. The case is generously ribbed and features the shifter in the rear quarter of the assembly. In the vein of newer transmissions, the AX15 uses dowel pins for bellhousing alignment.

Identification AX5
The AX5 transmission case is 15-5/8" long. It features a cast aluminum case with a cast-iron mid-plate. The case is ribbed and features the shifter in the rear quarter of the assembly. In the vein of newer transmissions, the AX5 uses dowel pins for bellhousing alignment.
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