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Unread 11-29-2010, 04:40 PM   #1
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2wd to 4wd drive swap 1995 XJ Sport

I have 1995 XJ sport 2wd and i would like to do a 4WD swap, so I,m just curious what components would be bets here is a list with prices of what a guy has near me. Thanks any help would be greatly appreciated Willie


np-231 all makes 175$
np-249 all makes 175
dana 20's 100$
dana 300's 250$


dana 30 front all makes 150$
dana 35 rear all makes 125$
dana 44 zj 200$
axles out of jeeps 30$
ring and pinons with carrier 35$

drive shafts all makes 40$

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