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Old October 18th, 2010, 07:13 PM   #1
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hey guys, i have a samurai i just built with a 22re and a w56. ive been looking for a auto tranny to for this motor for a while now with no success. I have recently come across a tranny out of a 22rte truck....can anyone tell me if this will work? and what i will need to make it work as far as flywheel? will it even bolt up? any help is appreciated! im new to toyota!
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Old October 20th, 2010, 12:47 PM   #2
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It should bot up and work fine. You will need the flexplate(not flywheel) from an auto trans truck with a 22re. I have a auto trans from a 22re truck I wish I could sell.
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Old October 21st, 2010, 02:45 PM   #3
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are those auto trans even worth messing with? Are they as strong as a w56
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The automatic that came in them is the same as a Jeep AW4 behind the 4.0 liters. Its called the A340 in the Toyota, its plenty stout for a 4 cyl.

IMO, they sap too much power, and the other issue is that they don't accept the gear driven transfer cases, they have an integral chain drive case. You need a spendy adapter from inchworm to get the good cases on there.

I know since the adapters came out, there have been people who've had issues with starving the converter for fluid on steep climbs.

I know of at least one person running a C4 trans with a toyota bellhousing. But he has the power out of his 22RTE to light up his tires, too.
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Haggar, got any more info on the c4 with the Toy bellhousing? Havent heard of that before...I was thinking of using the AW4 to get rid of the intergrated transfer case, but havent gotten one to really look into that option...did the Toy bellhousing bolt up to the C4? what mods were done top match them togethor? etc.

I wish I could still run a manual, but my knee just wont allow that option anymore.
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*edit* double post...2nd time that has happened tonight

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*edit*holy triple post batman
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