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Unread 09-24-2008, 06:57 PM   #1
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Is this an AA divorced Dana 300?

I can't figure out what this is, not being very well versed in Jeep. It looks like a Dana 300 with an advance adapters divorce kit but google is letting me down right now.






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Unread 09-24-2008, 06:58 PM   #2
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Unread 09-24-2008, 07:12 PM   #3
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Dana 21 divorced at first glance but at second its a Dana 20 with a AA divorced kit. Dana 300s have an aluminum output shaft housing while the 20s are cast iron.
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Dana 21 divorced at first glance but at second its a Dana 20 with a AA divorced kit. Dana 300s have an aluminum output shaft housing while the 20s are cast iron.
I've never seen such a kit, seems odd to me.
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Unread 09-24-2008, 10:40 PM   #5
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A good clue is the "texas" style bolt pattern on the input mating surface.

That's shared between the spicer 18 and 20 cases - but the spicer 20 case has the rear output inline with the input, whereas the 18 has the rear output offset and inline with the front output.
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It could be simular to the 300 mounted on a T-18 like those used in some Scouts one year. I think those had a Texas pattern also.

Looks like a T-case set up to be mounted behind another t-case to double (tripple?) your gear reduction. Would need to be in a jeep or something.

Did some 4X4 have a seperate T-case at one time?
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Those configurations were used by company's like Wolverine and others doing 4WD conversions on mini trucks in the late 70's and 80's time frame.
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thats the one for sale on pirate, yes its a dana 20. i have one to that i bought a while back for a buggy prodject, haven't used it yet. mine has a flange on the front face insteed of the yoke, i would love to find ( or get that one ) for the yoke.

AA deos make a dana 300 divorced kit if you where intersted, they dont adverties it but they will build one for you, jason.
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thats the one for sale on pirate, yes its a dana 20. i have one to that i bought a while back for a buggy prodject, haven't used it yet. mine has a flange on the front face insteed of the yoke, i would love to find ( or get that one ) for the yoke.

AA deos make a dana 300 divorced kit if you where intersted, they dont adverties it but they will build one for you, jason.
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