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post #1 of 12 Old 04-24-2017, 07:09 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone have a TF999 pulled out

Rally needing a favor if someone has there transmission pulled out if you could pull the dipstick tube out of the transmission and measure how far the dipstick sticks out of the bottom please. Thank you in advance


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post #2 of 12 Old 04-25-2017, 02:12 PM
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I'll take a look tonight. I just installed mine but i think i can get the dipstick tube out with it in. I'll let you know. -JoeP
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Awesome thanks a lot.



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I'll take a look tonight. I just installed mine but i think i can get the dipstick tube out with it in. I'll let you know. -JoeP

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i just pulled mine last weekend, will try to measure tomorrow after work. PM me if i forget and you havent found answer


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i just pulled mine last weekend, will try to measure tomorrow after work. PM me if i forget and you havent found answer

Sweet thanks a lot

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ok i measured the dipstick was 5/16" or maybe 11/32 past end of tube(which seems a little ridiculous IMO) but thats what it was. Sorrry it took so long


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ok i measured the dipstick was 5/16" or maybe 11/32 past end of tube(which seems a little ridiculous IMO) but thats what it was. Sorrry it took so long
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On a 94 tf999 i have its about 13/16"

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On a 94 tf999 i have its about 13/16"
92 and up its usually a 32rh, essentially the same trans but with a lockup converter. maybe there is a slight difference in dipstick length(thats what she said)


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92 and up its usually a 32rh, essentially the same trans but with a lockup converter. maybe there is a slight difference in dipstick length(thats what she said)
Not all 32RH's are lockup. My 92' is a non lockup.
It's kind of random.
I also had a 999 on my CJ7 that had a lockup.

The 8 thousand threads that say the lockup is the difference, they're wrong.

From Moses Ludel: "Many of the parts do not interchange between the 30/32RH and earlier 904 or 999 units. There are case, fluid passageway, valve body and shaft components that distinguish the 30/32RH series transmissions from the 904/999 types. If rebuilding a 30RH or 32RH unit, use the components designed for each of these units."

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Not all 32RH's are lockup. My 92' is a non lockup.
It's kind of random.
I also had a 999 on my CJ7 that had a lockup.

The 8 thousand threads that say the lockup is the difference, they're wrong.

From Moses Ludel: "Many of the parts do not interchange between the 30/32RH and earlier 904 or 999 units. There are case, fluid passageway, valve body and shaft components that distinguish the 30/32RH series transmissions from the 904/999 types. If rebuilding a 30RH or 32RH unit, use the components designed for each of these units."

http://www.4wdmechanix.com/moses-lud...light-service/
According to the information in the Moses Ludel link the TF999 has a lockup. And my 1980 CJ7 has a TF999 and a lockup.
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