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Old December 15th, 2009, 06:07 PM
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Re: 360 jeep engine
Post by fisherman on Nov 7, 2006, 4:56pm

Use the sm420 for your 225 as it is a direct bolt up to that engine, you will need an adapter however to mate the transmission to your dana 18 transfer case, I bought the Novak as it allowed more driveshaft clearance and they are great to deal with. I would also keep the t-98 in my M truck add the 360 and the t-18 input shaft with carrier bearing and new inside roller bearings to mate the two. Look for a 205, or 202 divorced transfer case to install instead of your 200 if you don't want to keep that. I'm doing or have done similiar stuff to my M truck and current Jeeps. You can use your dana 20 case for a stronger dana 18 and add the good stuff to the inside like tera low gears, Saturn or Warn overdrive, PTO, I'd do that and adapt it to the sm420 for your little jeep. I don't think I'd run a dana 20 in an M-truck. Might hold up, might not. Good Luck
 

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