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Price $15000
Rating 4
Average Price $1076.96
Manufacturer jeep
Recommended Yes: 28 / No: 2

NV3550 - 2000-2004
* 5 speed manual
* Used with 6 cyl models
* 10 spline input
* 23 spline output
* Ratios:
1st - 4.01
2nd - 2.33
3rd - 1.39
4th - 1.00
5th - 0.78
Rev - 3.57
 

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Comments: stock but it seems to do the job... blah blah blah........ok need to say more but not much else to say..
 

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Comments: Stock transmission, nothing special here as well. It gets the job done..........................................
 

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1999 Jeep Sahara 4.0L 5spd
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Price $450
Rating 4
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Comments: So far so good, shifts great and no problems, just a bit noisy. Little bit of a rattle when you turn the jeep off. I pretty common, my friends does the same thing.
 

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Price $25
Rating 5
Pros feels nice to shift
Cons noda
Recommended yes

Comments: I've only driven with it about 2,000 miles but it feels very nice and solid, not clunky at all. Compared to my YJ with the AX-5 the NV3550 has sorter throws and better defind shift gates. Don't get me wrong, the shifter still throws like a truck pattern but it's all good. :thumbsup: I plan on installing a hurst short throw to see how the pattern shortens up.
 

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Price $1500
Pros 5 speed
Cons Noisy start up.
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Comments: ...
 

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Price $5
Pros Better than any of the Peugot tranny's
Cons Too noisy at idle. pops out of gear, stick's in 2nd when warm... Even with Royal Purple or Amsoil syncromesh
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Comments: Too noisy at idle. pops out of gear, stick's in 2nd when warm... Even with Royal Purple or Amsoil syncromesh.
 

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Price $1200
Pros Heavy Duty for sure. nice low granny gear
Cons first gear is a real creepin gear, never for slick surfaces, rocks striclty
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Comments: Heavy Duty, now alls i want is the teralow 2WD kit for it ;)
 

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Pros I like the smooth shifting of the NV3550. It's precise and hard to mis-shift
Cons I would rather have a 6-speed, however there is aftermarket support for the 5-speed.
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Comments: My Jeep came with the NV3550 in it from the factory. It's very precise in shifting and almost never grinds. Very easy to get it moving from a stop, and hasn't failed me yet.
 

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Pros Aftermarket support, very smooth shifting
Cons It's not a 6-speed, and that's all I'm used to driving. I also noticed that I can shift into reverse from 5th without having to move it in neutral first.
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Comments: My Jeep came from the factory with the NV3550. Shifting is very easy and precise.
 

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Price $1500
Pros Easy to assemble and Install
Cons Reman price
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Comments: Got the tranny from Advanced Adapters and so far am happy with the quality. Have not run it yet, but was benched and dyno'd by them. Very clean and all parts included and easy to install.
 

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Price $1800
Pros perfect replacement for AX15 Manual
Cons none yet
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Comments: upgraded transmission from the stock AX15 manual when that one crapped out after 7years and 60k miles. Saw a forum post mentioning the NV3550 as a "must have upgrade" so i did it and very satisfied with the swap.
 

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Price $10
Pros Comes attached to jeep
Cons comes attached to jeep
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Comments: Slow and notchy for a trans with under 60K on it. But this ain't a Porsche so maybe I should shut up.
 
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