will cable driven slip yoke work with electronic speedometer?
I found an '87 YJ at the junk yard with a SYE. I want to place it on a '92 YJ that I have. Will this work or will the cable speedometer be a problem? I have an electrical speedometer.
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Originally Posted by NebraskaDizasta View Post
OP, look closely at the '87 T-case. Most '87s came with NP 207 cases.
Here is some info from the FAQs:
The transfer cases used are all chain driven with aluminum housings. NP stands for "New Process" which is the brand, if you will.
NP207 - "Command-Trac" part-time only - 2.61:1 ratio low range - only in 87
NP231 - "Command-Trac" part-time only - 2.72:1 ratio low range - shift pattern 2H - 4H - N - 4L - used '88-'95
Link to FAQ
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