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Unread 02-13-2006, 03:01 PM   #1
jamesfromcanada
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Idea for 350 conversion drivetrain

I have done a 350 conversion in my 1993 YJ, and for my T-Case I used a hybrid NP231. The front half is a GM NP231 I used to mate to the TH350 tranny w/o the need for an adaptor, and for the rear half I used my stock YJ NP231 w/ SYE to keep the speed-o cable attatched to. Works really well, and has been able to put up with all the abuse I have dished out to it. Just a thought if anyone was wondering about maybe what T-Case to use.

James

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