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Old October 26th, 2006, 08:33 PM   #1
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The spacer seen between the bellhousing and the trans is required in FSJ's in order to place the shifter in the proper location in the cab without interfereing with the dash. As you can see, its really not that long, so you might be able to get away with using thin in a CJ if you really wanted to. You can't take the spacer out and run it in a CJ - the input shaft is too long. I don't know anything about swapping in a CJ input shaft. 23-spline output w/NP bolt battern (will accept D300, 208, etc) like CJ units. Comes with free used pressure plate from a CJ. I have the clutch disc, but its reeeeeally thin. Bellhousing is gone.

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Old October 26th, 2006, 08:47 PM   #2
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The FSJ's must have only used that spacer for a certain year(s)? I have yanked a couple out of FSJ's that were "normal". Anybody know?

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The FSJ's must have only used that spacer for a certain year(s)? I have yanked a couple out of FSJ's that were "normal". Anybody know?

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The spacer was motor-dependant. V8 and I6 were different. This is listed on the IFSJA Forums also and the discussion went into more detail over there.
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did this come off of a i6 or a v8???
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did this come off of a i6 or a v8???
V8.
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