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Ok so I have a guy who hagan aged to suck me in to helping him with his build.

He has a 92 YJ with a v8 in it he has a np231c transfer case and needs the rear housing for it to connect his electric speedo.

Any ideas?

Tried rock auto and 4wd nothing will look at summit racing in a minute.

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I had to get some parts from the junkyard. But after installing a SYE kit it came with a new housing. Try asking anyone who's done this mod. Maybe they'll sell you the housing
 

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Hey, rmeier......fine looking ride you have there. lol
 

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Thank you. Its my first jeep that I bought about a year ago. Still doing lots of things to it.
I know you don't remember me but a few months ago you graciously gave me the specs for the paint you used for your ride which I copied. You also gave me the specs for your tires and Now I also have the same Walmart rubber that you use. It's also my first jeep and its a mirror image of yours lol

They next time you are in south Florida I insist that you and your traveling companions are my guest for the weekend on my fishing boat. Thanks to you I receive daily complements on the paint (which absolutely is incredible) and also the tires which are the perfect compliment. I would be lost without this forum but most of the thanks go to you for this classic ride im driving around in. I can't thank you enough but would enjoy the opportunity to try.

If imitation is the highest form of flattery consider yourself vey flattered.
 

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Ok so I have a guy who hagan aged to suck me in to helping him with his build.

He has a 92 YJ with a v8 in it he has a np231c transfer case and needs the rear housing for it to connect his electric speedo.

Any ideas?

Tried rock auto and 4wd nothing will look at summit racing in a minute.

Thanks
If he's not going to do a SYE KIT... then the easiest and cheapest way is to pull the tail shaft from an Xj at the junkyard...
On a side note I'll be going to the U ship it store tonight to get the info for you on the shipping... OK
Sorry to post it here but my PM box is almost full and it won't let me clean it out from my phone...
 

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I know you don't remember me but a few months ago you graciously gave me the specs for the paint you used for your ride which I copied. You also gave me the specs for your tires and Now I also have the same Walmart rubber that you use. It's also my first jeep and its a mirror image of yours lol

They next time you are in south Florida I insist that you and your traveling companions are my guest for the weekend on my fishing boat. Thanks to you I receive daily complements on the paint (which absolutely is incredible) and also the tires which are the perfect compliment. I would be lost without this forum but most of the thanks go to you for this classic ride im driving around in. I can't thank you enough but would enjoy the opportunity to try.

If imitation is the highest form of flattery consider yourself vey flattered.

Glad to hear that I could help you out. For the price the tires are actually quite nice. And the paint job turned out great...looks good. If I am ever in Florida I'll be sure to let you know so I can check out your ride. Maybe you can show me some of your trails. Just glad that I could help. Be sure to share with others.
 
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