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Unread 01-20-2010, 08:45 PM   #16
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Check your motor mounts . Are you running rubber mMM with a poly trans mount ?

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Unread 01-20-2010, 08:50 PM   #17
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ill take pics after work tomorrow and im running browndog poly mounts ... the chain is deff slapping around in the and as for clocking how far do u drill new holes for the yj set up i realy dont like that whole idea of drilling could i just lift the trans up with a home made trans mount lift ?
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Unread 01-20-2010, 08:58 PM   #18
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ill take pics after work tomorrow and im running browndog poly mounts ... the chain is deff slapping around in the and as for clocking how far do u drill new holes for the yj set up i realy dont like that whole idea of drilling could i just lift the trans up with a home made trans mount lift ?
Redrilling isn't as traumatic as it sounds.

1) It's soft aluminum, so a simple hand drill will be fine.

2) The pattern just needs to be moved clockwise (looking at it from the rear) a bit. The 10 degree amount is not something critical, it just happens to be 10 degrees.

3) The t-case is "hub-centric" meaning that the case centers itself into the transmission, so if the holes need to be slightly enlarged to compensate for being a little off, it's no big deal.

4) The tranny/T-case mounting flange does not make a fluid seal, nothing will leak out.

Make a cardboard template of the pattern (using the existing bolt pattern) then rotate the cardboard template approximately the same as the one in the pic & drill it out.

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Unread 01-20-2010, 10:10 PM   #19
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I just finished up clocking an XJ ax-15 for my swap. This is what i recommend.

1. Take a file folder and use some spray adhesive (very little) to lightly glue it to the rear of the transmission (with hole cut out in center for shaft)

2. Take a hammer and lightly work your way around the outside, tapping the edge of the transmission. The extra material should break off cleanly.

3. Use a ball peen hammer to knock out the current mounting holes.

4. Carefully pull the template from the transmission

5. Figure out about where the template will go to rotate the t-case up approx. 10 degrees

6. Lightly apply spray adhesive and set the template in its new position (edges will line up so you can tell it is centered)

7. Drill new holes. I used a drill press, but you could probably get away with a hand drill if you are careful.

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Unread 01-21-2010, 03:26 PM   #20
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ok i got some pics there not the best off of my phone





sorry never posted pics before so this is the best way for now
i spun my front drive shaft has some slop in it and can hear the chain too
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