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Old April 14th, 2006, 06:09 PM   #1
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i have a jeep wagoneer auto trans and tcase from an early to mid 80's one.
they went to the AMC 360 V8. make an offer.

they both worked when my dad got them to put in our jeep years ago, but he never got around to it and sold the jeep.

we might also have a working radiator out there too.

im gonna go dig them outta the garage so if you have any questions let me know.
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Old April 14th, 2006, 06:43 PM   #2
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Should be a TF-727, but could be a couple different TC's, I think. Let us know what the transfer case ID tag says.
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Old April 14th, 2006, 07:49 PM   #3
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ok will do.
i should have time to drag them out tomorrow.
ill update it tomorrow evening.
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Old April 15th, 2006, 02:03 PM   #4
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ok here goes

t-case #
5358492
13-39-006


trans #

76 JM- 7285

and i have also been informed we have the driveshafts from the same vehicle too.
the tcase was in the vehicle and worked fine.the trans was from a junkyard and didnt have many miles on it (thats what they told my dad anyways) and it worked when they pulled it from the salvaged jeep.
they both appear to be in good shape and both have fluid in 'em. i can clean them up some if anyone is interested.
also if you guys can decode the #'s it would help if i want to post on some jeep site or something.
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Old April 15th, 2006, 03:01 PM   #5
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13-39 is the Quadra-trac designation. That means its 1979 or older, the transmission is a TH400, the front output is passenger, and the rear output is also offset to the passenger side.

http://www.ifsja.org/tech/figures/db.html#cases
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what do you think i can get for them? I want to try and sell them to somebody that can pick them up, meet me halfway, or meet up with me at silver lake or something.
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To be honest, the only people you are going to be able to sell them to are someone else running the same thing (another FSJ owner or a Quadra-trac CJ owner), or someone who wants to use a TH400 behind an AMC motor with a different transfer-case and is willing to change over the output shaft. Even if they are in great condition, they just aren't a "swap-friendly" combo. You'll have a better chance if the Quadra-trac unit has low-range.


Your best bet to sell them is here:

http://www.ifsja.org/cgi-bin/ubbcgi/ultimatebb.cgi
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i found the info on the Jeep they are out of a 78 or a 79.
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Cool. Sorry if I was a buzzkill in my last post. You should have good luck if you post them for sale on IFSJA. There just aren't many FSJ or CJ Quadra-trac owners here. The only person I know of is BiohazardBill and he's planning on taking the entire drivetrain out of his rig anyway. The only problem you may run into with IFSJA is that its a national board and you may have to ship them. If that happens, PM ClarkstonCracker here. He ahs a cheap pallet shipping resource.
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so there are no takers then...
hmm does anybody know someplace i can sell these off to for some $?
i just want to get something out of em i dont really care how much.
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ebay them, I just got 120.00 for the same
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