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Unread 02-11-2009, 11:58 AM   #1
90SaharaJeep
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Rebuilding my NP-231, best kit??

my NP-231 t-case is leaking like a sieve. At close to 200k thought about buying a rebuilt one but after some research I found it would be much cheaper to rebuild mine.

Now this is a daily driven 99% street jeep. Very little if any off-road since I use my LJ for that. Should I even bother replacing the chain? My main goal is to have it NOT leak anymore.

Looking for a decent kit. I found THIS KIT at 4wheelparts.com. Is this what I want??? what can you recommend?

I6 4.2
NP-231 23 spline behind an AX-15

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