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post #31 of 36 Old 04-07-2021, 01:06 PM Thread Starter
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Any one have transfer case recommendations?


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post #32 of 36 Old 04-08-2021, 12:45 PM
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Any one have transfer case recommendations?
With the front axle you have you will need it to output on the left side so the
easy choice would be a NP231 there are other options,
you could go AWD with a NP242 or a NP241OR from a Rubicon ($$)

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Any one have transfer case recommendations?
With the front axle you have you will need it to output on the right side so the
easy choice would be a NP231 there are other options,
you could go AWD with a NP242[IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/JeepForum_2016/smilies/tango_face_surprise.png[/IMG] or a NP241OR from a Rubicon ($$)

info here:
http://www.novak-adapt.com/knowledge/transfer-cases/
Thanks for info. I have a Dana 30 up front that’s a drivers side (left hand drop). Isn’t that the more common drop side?

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Thanks for info. I have a Dana 30 up front that’s a drivers side (left hand drop). Isn’t that the more common drop side?
Fixed my post....

My Mistake, yes, left side drop, so the 231 and the others I mentioned are the correct
left side drop, the 231 came in YJs and many others.

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Thanks for info. I have a Dana 30 up front that’s a drivers side (left hand drop). Isn’t that the more common drop side?
Fixed my post....

My Mistake, yes, left side drop, so the 231 and the others I mentioned are the correct
left side drop, the 231 came in YJs and many others.
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Some small steps forwards. Iv neen doing a lot of little body repairs and modifications, as well as getting the rear wheel arches cut out.
I also recieved my trans and got the motor bolted to it, and the engine lifted into a rough location. I ordered some parts to build my mounts, so that should happen next weekend. Oh and some shiny headers.
After I get the engine mounted in place, I think im going to tackle the electric steering project using ether a Toyota or Nissan steering column.

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