YJ creeper trans. Swap parts

Discussion in 'Parts For Sale' started by shelby27604, Jan 12, 2019.

  1. shelby27604

    shelby27604 Well-Known Member

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    Was going to swap the ax15 for a creeper gear trans. But the swap didn't get finished before I sold the Jeep.
    -NP435 from a Ford with 6.69:1 first gear
    -Ford NP208 and FSJ NP208 (was going to swap Ford input into the Jeep version, as it is compact enough for a YJ. 2.61:1 4lo
    NP208 has a fixed rear output.
    -T176 bellhousing, will bolt to the NP435 and 4.0l, will need to notch the bell for CPS if running factory FI
    -Waggy front and rear driveshafts, rear is a CV joint shaft, both are slip joint shafts.

    Selling individually for $750, will sell the setup for $600
     
  2. shelby27604

    shelby27604 Well-Known Member

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    Bump, someone has a blown AX15 and wants to upgrade.
    Parts are for sale individually, happy to make package deals too.
     

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  3. JLS

    JLS New Member

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    Do you still have the transmission?
     
  4. shelby27604

    shelby27604 Well-Known Member

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    PM sent, I am down to one bellhousing, but all other parts are floating around somewhere.
     
  5. shelby27604

    shelby27604 Well-Known Member

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    pics
    Ford and Jeep NP208's w/ shifters
    Ford Wide ratio NP435 with adapter and shifter
    T176 bellhousing
    FSJ front and rear driveshafts (to be modified for your application)
    $600 for all of it.
    Remaining parts needed, clutch parts, modify bell for cps, and modify driveshafts as necessary. Double the crawl of your factory Ax15 YJ or TJ
     

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  6. shelby27604

    shelby27604 Well-Known Member

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    Sold
     
    Last edited: Mar 29, 2019

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