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Old January 26th, 2006, 02:43 PM   #1
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A T-18 dana 20 combo? Need a BOP bolt pattern as I think i found a motor already for the 46 CJ2A
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Old January 26th, 2006, 03:00 PM   #2
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Well, could be $200, could be $600.. depends on how good a scrounger you are...

A BOP bellhousing.. hmm, thats a tougher order, methinks...

I almost put that combo in my Jeep.. Got a Ford T18 2wd for free, and bought a J-truck T-18 with a dana 20 for $225. Used the ford input shaft in the Jeep case. But that was for an AMC bellhousing.


Why not go Chevy 4.3 / SM465 / Dana 18/20? Buick V6s are soooo last week...

I have a 53 Cj3a.. If I do anything with it, then I'll be running that combo, or else all toyota under the hood...
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Old January 26th, 2006, 03:12 PM   #3
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Well, could be $200, could be $600.. depends on how good a scrounger you are...

A BOP bellhousing.. hmm, thats a tougher order, methinks...

I almost put that combo in my Jeep.. Got a Ford T18 2wd for free, and bought a J-truck T-18 with a dana 20 for $225. Used the ford input shaft in the Jeep case. But that was for an AMC bellhousing.


Why not go Chevy 4.3 / SM465 / Dana 18/20? Buick V6s are soooo last week...

I have a 53 Cj3a.. If I do anything with it, then I'll be running that combo, or else all toyota under the hood...

I can Get a supposedly running buick oddfire V-6 out of fowlerville for $50 out of a 74 jeep, The chevy 4.3 will obviously run a bit more cash, and the SM465 would be nice but I thought they were fairly pricey, i havnt seen one for sale in a long while, not that I have seen a T-18 da20 combo available in awhile either... though I have not been looking. Also want to keep stock axles.

My goal is to get this thing running and moving under its own power by next fall, (cant leave it at my buddies house forever and his house has the tools to install everything) It wont be a trail rig nor a DD if it burns some oil I wouldnt mind, I would be doing a restoration when i get my garage built, hence why i am "trying" to do it for what i can scrounge together.
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Old January 26th, 2006, 03:55 PM   #4
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I didn't know they were still odd-fire in 74.

I have a T-19/D20 here collecting dust. I think I may have some other useful stuff for you also, like newer NT axles that would give you discs.
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Old January 26th, 2006, 04:01 PM   #5
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I didn't know they were still odd-fire in 74..
....And whats it doing in a 74?

Probably a 71 or earlier..

If its not going to be a trail rig, then why not just stick with a 3 speed?
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Old January 26th, 2006, 04:44 PM   #6
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....And whats it doing in a 74?

Probably a 71 or earlier..

If its not going to be a trail rig, then why not just stick with a 3 speed?
Werd! A T-18 is pretty much a 3 speed. I never use 1 st geer on the street.
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if i could find a 3 speed I would do that, Just looking for semi-close to original parts as possible to slide it in and get her moving. If nothing else so my buddy can move it easily at his house.
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I have a T-150/D20 you can have for free if you come get it.
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I got my T-18 for about $200. That was a Ford one though.
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