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Old July 20th, 2014, 11:35 AM   #1
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What were the options for manual trans n a cj7 from factory iam trying to id one for a neighbor. and need to no what one to get to replace broken one. Will send pics as soon as they load
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Old July 20th, 2014, 12:24 PM   #2
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t-4
t-5
t-18
t-150
t-176
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Old July 20th, 2014, 01:28 PM   #3
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t-4
t-5
t-18
t-150
t-176
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Old July 20th, 2014, 11:09 PM   #4
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Got my camera set right now so will get pics tomorrow.
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how many speed?
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Old July 20th, 2014, 11:50 PM   #6
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Old July 21st, 2014, 01:24 AM   #7
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What year
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Old July 21st, 2014, 12:52 PM   #8
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3 speed = T150

4 speed, big iron case, with Dana 20 transfer case = T18

4 speed, Dana 300 transfer case, aluminum tail housing, shifter mounts in tail section, shifter has curves/bends in it = SR4 / T4

4 speed, Dana 300 transfer case, shifter stick is straight = T176

5 speed = T5

With the 4 speeds, T18s are big heavy (150+ lbs) iron gearboxes. The SR4 / T4, and T176 are much lighter, and bolt to Dana 300s. Thats the easiest way to tell them apart. I'm not as good as distinguishing an SR4 to a T4. I have one in my CJ7 and a spare on the barn floor.

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Heres some pics I need one of these.
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thats a t-18
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Ok next I need one whos got one?
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thats a t-18
Sure looks like a 3 speed T150 to me, not a T18...

T150s have that 8 bolt top cover with the front 2 bolts closer together. Looks nothing like any of the T18s I've owned.
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now that you say that i agree, I just seen it was a cast "4 speed" and went to t18.
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T18s:

http://www.jeeptech.com/trans/t18.html




T150s:




http://www.jeeptech.com/trans/t150.html
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If it is a 4 speed, more likely being a T-176. Would like a pic of the top cover plz. Also a bit more info what year is the jeep and what t-case is behind it. A t-150 trans has a model 20 case and a t-176 has a D300 case.
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The trans in his pictures has a texas bolt pattern on the back, so Dana 20...
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Sure looks like a 3 speed T150 to me, not a T18...



T150s have that 8 bolt top cover with the front 2 bolts closer together. Looks nothing like any of the T18s I've owned.

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If it is a 4 speed, more likely being a T-176. Would like a pic of the top cover plz. Also a bit more info what year is the jeep and what t-case is behind it. A t-150 trans has a model 20 case and a t-176 has a D300 case.

T176 is aluminum
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And I think we have a t150
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Ok so t150 it is then
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make sure its a 3 spd not a 4, Again you said 4 spd and it has a cast case which led me to believe it was a t18
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