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post #46 of 60 Old 10-15-2012, 08:08 AM
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Looks like you were hot earlier - the mods deleted that one... The deal is this: If you got the trans and the t-case both from a wrangler or wranglers then you don't have to a whole lot of screwing around. Certainly not any shaft swapping. Same thing if they both came from a cherokee, no swapping needed. Just re-clocking if they came from a cherokee.

The only time you should have to swap shafts is if you need to go between the 4-cyl parts and the 6-cyl parts. Example, if you kept you old TC and put in the new trans. If your old TC was setup for 21 splines then you would have to get a 23-spline input *for the TC*. No trans shafts involved anywhere. No bearing press anywhere. (unless yer rebuilding the whole thing anyway.)

Like Czjeeper says, you do need the bellhousing for an external slave cylinder on the AX-15. Or an adapter plate to keep your internal bell. And yes, I'm absolutely positive that you'll be a lot happier when its all in and done.


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post #47 of 60 Old 10-15-2012, 08:23 AM
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Looks like you were hot earlier - the mods deleted that one... The deal is this: If you got the trans and the t-case both from a wrangler or wranglers then you don't have to a whole lot of screwing around. Certainly not any shaft swapping. Same thing if they both came from a cherokee, no swapping needed. Just re-clocking if they came from a cherokee.

The only time you should have to swap shafts is if you need to go between the 4-cyl parts and the 6-cyl parts. Example, if you kept you old TC and put in the new trans. If your old TC was setup for 21 splines then you would have to get a 23-spline input *for the TC*. No trans shafts involved anywhere. No bearing press anywhere. (unless yer rebuilding the whole thing anyway.)

Like Czjeeper says, you do need the bellhousing for an external slave cylinder on the AX-15. Or an adapter plate to keep your internal bell. And yes, I'm absolutely positive that you'll be a lot happier when its all in and done.
believe it or not i reported myself. it was sounding rude but it was simple frustration. ive got two torn down transmissions at a time when i thought i was gonna be back on the road. they deleted it only because it was a duplicate of the same thing i posted on this thread. im of the faith that peeps attempting some of these jeep problems should be aware its not always sunshine and lollipops.
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What about a NP231C ? Its got the spline count that you want. Mine is a NP231C/J Trans side Chevy, Rear side Jeep
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Okay, I may have missed it, but do you have a Dakota 2.5 bellhousing or adapter plate from AA/Novak?
Without one, the AX15 isn't going to work.
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The only time you should have to swap shafts is if you need to go between the 4-cyl parts and the 6-cyl parts. Example, if you kept you old TC and put in the new trans. If your old TC was setup for 21 splines then you would have to get a 23-spline input *for the TC*. ....
Like Czjeeper says, you do need the bellhousing for an external slave cylinder on the AX-15. Or an adapter plate to keep your internal bell. And yes, I'm absolutely positive that you'll be a lot happier when its all in and done.
heres where im at: i have a 2.5 engine in the jeep; i have a ax15 trans (that i am now putting back together..grrrrr). yesterday i picked up a 23 spline TC out of a wrangler. im pretty sure the input shaft that goes into the motor will not fit. the bellhousing is longer than the old one.
so whats my next step?
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You need a Dakota 2.5/ax15 bell housing.
If you are still internal slave, you need the external slave components: master/line/slave, front bearing retainer, clutch fork, throw out bearing.
You need a pilot bushing that fits the ax15 input snout. This gets driven into the flywheel.
You need a new clutch disc.
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I maybe wrong here but wouldn't the bell from a 94 -97 wrangler also work? Saw one on ebay that had the external slave and would bolt to a 4-cyl, the owner said it came out of a TJ. CzJeeper is that correct?
Either way, ebay seems to be the place to look.. price was very reasonable too IMHO.
No, the AX15 has a different bolt pattern. Hence the need for the 96-98 2.5/AX15 Dakota bell or an adapter.

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No, the AX15 has a different bolt pattern. Hence the need for the 96-98 2.5/AX15 Dakota bell or an adapter.
what year dakota? im gonna take a trip to junkyard.
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post #53 of 60 Old 10-15-2012, 06:04 PM
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they deleted it only because it was a duplicate of the same thing i posted on this thread.
I think not.

Slinging the f-bomb and other similar language isn't the way to express your frustration around here. I understand you getting frustrated - but this is a family friendly forum & foul language isn't the norm. Plus, if you wanted to bash the forum, doing so in this section will typically get things edited, deleted, or a vacation.
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I think not.

Slinging the f-bomb and other similar language isn't the way to express your frustration around here. I understand you getting frustrated - but this is a family friendly forum & foul language isn't the norm. Plus, if you wanted to bash the forum, doing so in this section will typically get things edited, deleted, or a vacation.
thanks joe-joe. kinda cool you took the time to even comment in this thread. i certainly appreciate how you keep all this in line and on track. i hope i didn't even try to drop an f-bomb, cuz the only thing i'd bash on purpose is that jeep up on blocks for the 30th time this year...lol. JF has been a huge help on the thirty something parts ive replaced.
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joe-joe, any idea what years the ax15 was in the dakota? anyone have a guess? or should i just bite the cost and order?
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No, the AX15 has a different bolt pattern. Hence the need for the 96-98 2.5/AX15 Dakota bell or an adapter.
ok....jeez...i get the moron cert for the day....ive read the dakota comment 15 times and never saw the years in the sentence....lol..
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You need a Dakota 2.5/ax15 bell housing.
If you are still internal slave, you need the external slave components: master/line/slave, front bearing retainer, clutch fork, throw out bearing.
You need a pilot bushing that fits the ax15 input snout. This gets driven into the flywheel.
You need a new clutch disc.
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cz: im tapped out for the time being. so im skipping the external slave for now. if i can find the dakota bellhousing is the only other part i need the pilot bushing?
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The Dakota bell is external only.

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The Dakota bell is external only.
So its either the $4oo adapter kit so i can bolt up the old bell housing or the $400 for the parts to convert it to external slave if i can dig up a dakota bell housing?
i was hoping for an option that can minimize further expenses right now.
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The Dakota bell is external only.
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