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Old 07-07-2012, 02:33 AM
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Here would I find a
Jeep Peugeot BA10 transmission other then eBay and I looked on Craigslist and don't want junk I would like to make it simple and cheep any help would be great thanks

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using it for a paper weight? Go with a ax-15 as a major upgrade to the ba-10 which is junk. try Auto Parts Market for used parts in your area.


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Been there buddy... Not worth the effort.

Go find yourself an AX15 and replace it, so much stronger, better gearing, and bolts right in.

I put over $300, not including my labor, to replace the reverse gear set. Lasted 3 mos and my daughters foot slipped off the clutch dumping it; and it destroyed the gear set and blew a hole in the side case.

That same $300 got me an AX15/NP231 TC installed.

Now for ease of installation, the internal slave is easy/cheaper install, but the external slave is nicer for future repairs.

Mine came from a '92 Cherokee, and other than having to mod the TC shifter, getting a new clutch disk, and reclocking the TC, it was quick and easy.

Trust me, and the 1000's of posts about this, it is not worth finding a BA10 to install.
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Thanks for the help and info
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