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Old November 5th, 2009, 11:04 AM   #1
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Converting a '82 from auto to manual, doing a body swap at the same time. Looking for a T-176. Prefer with the adapter on it. Plan on re-using the existing t-case. Will also need a flywheel, and bell housing. Would buy separately if I can find the 176 first.

Rebuildable is fine but not preferred, should be priced accordingly though.

Motor is the 258, so no conversion parts needed.

Out of curiosity, 232/258 flywheels the same? T-150/T-176 bells the same?

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Old November 5th, 2009, 11:15 AM   #2
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Out of curiosity, 232/258 flywheels the same?
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T-150/T-176 bells the same?
Almost all of them are. There was one version that was different. You'll most likely never see it.
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PM returned. Thanks for the quick responses.

One potential out there, others?
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Old November 5th, 2009, 03:18 PM   #5
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I have a complete T-176, bellhousing, drive shafts, bellhousing, adaptor, and flywheel. Still has the t-case attached but I will remove that. I will PM a price Pics added. Also the flywheel has been reground.

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I've got 3 of them, with varying degrees of working-ness. 2 work fine, one has a jb welded crack in the case(it shifts she smoothest though). Other one has bad synchros. All 3 have adapters for a dana 300 or similar transfer case. Only have 2 bellhousings and one flywheel/clutch for 258.
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One bell/trans/adapter purchased, thanks DMCJEEP.

Manicjester3 - shoot me a PM with the price you want for one of the bells and the trans. Am considering changing over a three speed in another jeep.

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