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Old August 3rd, 2006, 12:49 PM   #1
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I want to convert my '93 to an NV3500 and need the external slave bellhousing, slave cylinder and fork. If anyone has this, PM me with a price.
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I want to convert my '93 to an NV3500 and need the external slave bellhousing, slave cylinder and fork. If anyone has this, PM me with a price.

Anybody know if an AMC 150 bell is the same pattern as the rest of the AMC family? If so, I have a complete T-4 setup sitting in an 86 CJ-7 in my driveway.

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I'm told the NV 3500 doesn't have a separate bellhousing. It's a one-piece deal. Do you mean you're swapping to an AX-15?
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I'm told the NV 3500 doesn't have a separate bellhousing. It's a one-piece deal. Do you mean you're swapping to an AX-15?
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The NV3550 has a separate bellhousing, I am also looking for just the Bellhousing from a AX15
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A quick internet search shows that, yes, the 3550 has a separate bellhousing while the 3500 is integrated into the trans. I love the internet.
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Sorry Pete
didn't see it was a NV3500, Just jumped to the NV3550, Seeing that I have one with out a bellhousing
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Anybody know if an AMC 150 bell is the same pattern as the rest of the AMC family? If so, I have a complete T-4 setup sitting in an 86 CJ-7 in my driveway.

The AMC 150/2.5 is same BP as the 2.8 GM V6.
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The AMC 150/2.5 is same BP as the 2.8 GM V6.
Which is the same as.....a SBC? This is not the 151 I'm talking about here...
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OK, I want to put an NV3550 (whatever the 2000+ TJ has) in my YJ! So I still need the bellhousing.

No, I have an AX-15 now with about 170K on it and it is so wore I can't tell when it is in gear ... but it still works! Decided to swap to the NV3550 for a bit more beef and lower 1st while retaining the OD and not going broke on an NV4500.
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Which is the same as.....a SBC? This is not the 151 I'm talking about here...
Nope, Just the 150/2.5 and the GM 2.8. The Northstar and Shortstar are close, but not exact matches.

I know about the Iron Duke vs the AMC 4cyl- completely different motors.
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I have a nearly new external clutch hydraulic system from my 97TJ with the AX5 if that is helpful. Master/line/Slave. PM me if interested.
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Nope, Just the 150/2.5 and the GM 2.8. The Northstar and Shortstar are close, but not exact matches.

I know about the Iron Duke vs the AMC 4cyl- completely different motors.

Okay. Well, the whole hydraulic slave setup is there if someone is interested. I imagine it might not bolt up to the newer transmissions, though.
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I have a nearly new external clutch hydraulic system from my 97TJ with the AX5 if that is helpful. Master/line/Slave. PM me if interested.
This will work with the AX15 and NV3550
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i have the external bellhousing with fork.i want 100.00 plus shipping.i have a rebuilt nv3550 for 1000.00 plus shipping.you can call me at 317-753-8889 or email me at jrjeepparts@msn.com thank you,jim
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i have the external bellhousing with fork.i want 100.00 plus shipping.i have a rebuilt nv3550 for 1000.00 plus shipping.you can call me at 317-753-8889 or email me at jrjeepparts@msn.com thank you,jim
OUCH ... no thanks! Selling the Jeep anyways ...
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