Just if anyone else is reading, I found out that I cant use my Model 20 on my chrysler 727. I have to use a dana 300, so Ill be looking for one when I get some mulah. Anyways in my 79 Jeep CJ I have a 304 with the Automatic GM hydromatic transmission. I believe this trans was connected to the model 20?? Anyways I dont believe this is the original motor and trans and such in my 79. I find it odd that the transfer case is engaged by a shifter simalr to whats found in the wagoneers but smaller. Does this make sense to anyone?
... Anyways in my 79 Jeep CJ I have a 304 with the Automatic GM hydromatic transmission. I believe this trans was connected to the model 20?? Anyways I dont believe this is the original motor and trans and such in my 79..?
my new '68 commando has the TH 400 and Model 20 T-case standard from the factory...
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Sail, If you have some pics it would help id what you have. It sounds like you might have a Quadratrac xcase. Going by what you posted your questioning the transfer case model. As I recall, the only transfer case bolted from the factory was the Quadratrac transfer case. It's a full time unit. The smaller shift to wrote about. Is it on the floor by the driver seat? If so and I could be wrong, but it sounds like the opt. low range unit for the full-time case. Hope this helps.
Seems like everyday is a Monday.
SO what do you do when you have 2 Jeeps neither of them work right? Build one!!
The 79 has massive rust problems in the frame and the 86 has a perfect frame and the running gear (axels) are crap. Here goes.....
No. Same goal which is a commando CJ7 but I need a running and driving Jeep. I cant stand looking at others with the top and doors off, Im jeleous. So im taking the goods off of one jeep to make the other fully functional. I finally got the tub off today and will power wash the drivetrain tomorrw. Im excited. I have to be done in one month though!