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Unread 07-03-2013, 07:13 AM   #1
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4 sd to 5

Hello This is my first post so please bear with me.

I have a 1988 Comanche 2wd.2.5 engine with a 4spd.It pulls my aluminum bass boat fine down the road,but first gear is geared to high for pulling it up the ramp.I have to have someone with me to use the boat to push the truck up the ramp.Well I have to put a clutch in the truck,so was thinking about swapping the 4 spd to 5.

My questions here is,will first be lower,also trying to lower rpms at 70 mph.
Is there a bolt in trans.I know there are a couple different 5 spds.I have tried researching this,only to end up here.And by the way there are some really cool jeeps in the gallery.Any info you can give will be apreceiated.

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