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Unread 10-11-2011, 01:04 PM   #1
nickrad8
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97 to 02 and 03 to 06 Transmission Pan Help

I am replacing the frame on my 99 sahara with the frame from a 4 cyl 05 TJ. The only detail i have yet to square away is the transmission pan. i have been looking for the proper placement of the holes on the pan but havent found anything. does anyone know where to drill the holes in the pan so it will match up with the transmission mount and the new frame?

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