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biggreen4rd
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Jeep Information

Year:1998

Model:tj

Engine:4.0

Transmission:ax-15

Front Axle:D30

Rear Axle:D35

Axle Gear Ratio:3.07

Suspension:4"

Tires:35x12.50r17 Nitto Trail Grapplers load range E

Wheels:XD Addict

Armor:smittybuilt bumpers front and rear

Recovery Gear:warn winch

Accessories:engine is being rebuilt rite now. Just a standard complete rebuild. Should have it back in about 5 more days.

Future Modifications:15" black alloy procomp rims, 35x12.50r15 Cooper STT load range C, 4.10 gears with a D44 rear, maybe coil spring spacers to level it up. Who knows what else


Transmission is tough to get into first when at a stand still, and in neutral. Otherwise it's fine.I people are good here and I've read on this forum over a hundred times checking on things but I've never participated in a forum so forgive me for not knowing how to get into what I wanna talk about without starting a new thread.

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Batty505a
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04-10-2013, 05:57 AM
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Originally Posted by biggreen4rd
Transmission is tough to get into first when at a stand still, and in neutral. Otherwise it's fine.I people are good here and I've read on this forum over a hundred times checking on things but I've never participated in a forum so forgive me for not knowing how to get into what I wanna talk about without starting a new thread.
Sounds like 1st gear synchromesh needs replacing. You may want to look at reman trans or possibly rebuilding this.







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