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Old August 11th, 2013, 07:48 PM   #1
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Default AMC 360, Jeep T-18, dana 20 and both axles all on frame SOLD.

I have a rotted frame with a AMC 360, Jeep T-18, Dana 20 transfer case, Dana 30 axle and AMC 20 rear axle for sale
The 360 had the heads rebuilt and valve job done a couple of years before I put the whole Jeep in storage. The motor is 77 out of a Wagoneer. It has a 2bbl carb that will need to be rebuilt or replaced. It's missing the alternator but everything else is there. I drove the Jeep out of the garage less than 5 years ago and it fired right up after I put fresh gas in it. After running a bit the carb started leaking around the accelerator pump.
The Jeep T-18 is the 6.32 low gearing. It's not a Ford T-18 but an honest to god Jeep T-18. The clutch is a Centerforce dual friction that was beefed up by a clutch shop (it sucks getting old, can't remember who it was) the pedal took some effort to push in but it grabbed like a monster.
The Dana 20 Transfer case is stock with no work done to it besides fluid change.
The Dana 30 front axle (NT) has 4.11 gears disc brakes and suoerwinch hubs.
The AMC 20 rear (NT) has 4.11 gears with a Detroit Locker Mosser 1 pc shafts. It also has a extra capacity diff cover.
Like I said this is on a rotted frame (79 CJ5) but I left clutch linkage hooked up and the brake master cylinder still plumbed. The Radiator was drained so I could pull the heater core.
(EDIT)The springs are 4" lift
Everything you see in the pics (that is attached to the frame) goes with it (drive shafts, steering gearbox, gas tank skid plate (no gas tank but I have one for sale0), etc.. EXCEPT the grill and the rims/tires
I want to sell this as a lot and not piece things out. If you want the majority of it you might as well buy the whole thing and sell what you don't want.
I'm looking to get $1200 obo. Don't be afraid to pm me a price for it, I might just take the highest out of all the offers and sell it that way. But then again I might not.















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Old August 11th, 2013, 10:34 PM   #2
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If this was closer say Lansing or this way I would be happy to make an offer but its a long drive.
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You should of spoke up sooner, I was just in Grand Haven this past Thursday

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That figures. Coming this way again soon?
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Old August 12th, 2013, 06:53 PM   #5
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are you for sure it's the wide ratio t-18 and not the close ratio? i thought the wide ratio was only in the j-trucks and wagoneers.
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This was installed after I grenaded my T-150.
If your serious about buying the whole package I can disconnect the trans so we can spin the input shaft by hand and count the turns.
Plus I could never get over 5ish mph before I had to shift on the road. Needless to say 1st never got used on the road after the first few times.


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are you for sure it's the wide ratio t-18 and not the close ratio? i thought the wide ratio was only in the j-trucks and wagoneers.
Some CJ's did originally come with this transmission. Not sure what yeasr but I thought from early 70's though 79. There were not a lot of them but it was available. I have probably owned 9 or 10 over the years but not to many. I think that I have owned more of the wide ratio ones than the close ratio. Seems to me like the close ratio ones were a lot less common.
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I thought T-18 weren't options in CJs but I was wrong and that's why I corrected my response above.
I do remember having the same questions when I bought it, luckily it was sitting on the guys garage floor and I was able to determine that it was the 6.32 ratio.
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SOLD PENDING PICKUP

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