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Re: Gen1 Transfer Cases Options [Re: RECON45] #1026891 03/02/12 07:09 PM
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on my 231 I hacked the handle off the shifter, and welded on a chromed steel rod that was bent like I needed it to be. I slotted the floorboard with a jigsaw, and then used some rubber matting with a slit in it to work as the floor seal. Then I got a K5Blazer Boot, and used it to cut out a ring, and screwed that all to the floor.


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Re: Gen1 Transfer Cases Options [Re: LandRaider] #1026892 03/02/12 07:11 PM
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Here's a pic. Notice the location... This is with a 700r4, and GM motor, so it has little bearing on where yours would need to go.

http://alliedpaper.org/landraider/SASpics%20%2812%29.JPG

LARGE picture


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Re: Gen1 Transfer Cases Options [Re: LandRaider] #1026893 03/02/12 08:01 PM
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Body Damage is Cool
Very clean. If I had carpeting for mine, I might would consider that route. I think I got most everything figured out now. it is now a matter of having a few clear weather days to work on it to get everything swaped. Thanks for the input and picture.


91 Montero LS "Sandstorm", Auto, Dual Bouncy Seats, 2" Suspension lift, 2" Body Lift, GENII front IFS, 32" MT tires

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Re: Gen1 Transfer Cases Options [Re: RECON45] #1026894 03/06/12 09:34 PM
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Body Damage is Cool
I will try to get pictures but I have a mcmaster carr shifter and 6' cable to use for my shifting. i need to fab a bracket for the shifter to hold it to the floor and a bracket for the cable part to the Tcase. there really is much of a place to set up a bracket that bolts up to the tcase. i will try to get pictures. I want to see if I can use the factory shifter knob on the new set up. i might have to mod it a little bit.


91 Montero LS "Sandstorm", Auto, Dual Bouncy Seats, 2" Suspension lift, 2" Body Lift, GENII front IFS, 32" MT tires

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Re: Gen1 Transfer Cases Options [Re: RECON45] #1026895 03/07/12 03:03 AM
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Body Damage is Cool
I got my Dana 300. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />

Re: Gen1 Transfer Cases Options [Re: Mudraider] #1026896 06/05/12 10:20 PM
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Getting the Wheeling Fever
the 4cyl raider transfercase and upgrade for the mighty max? the only thing i see different is that is has the nuetral position and mine does not.


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88 mighty max 4 cyl. 5 speed
Re: Gen1 Transfer Cases Options [Re: RECON45] #1104154 02/03/18 04:31 AM
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Wheeler
I'm exploring options. I was hoping to fit some kind of under-drive box like the BlackBox from NorthWest Fabworks. I've been googling for a couple of hours and all I can find is some vague "23 spline" talk.

Does anybody know for sure what are the shaft specs on a gen 1, 2.6, manual KM-145 transmission:

1. transmission output shaft
a. diameter
b. spline count
c. usable/spline length
2. transfer case
a. (will be same as above)
b. (will be same as above)
c. usable/spline depth
3. any other info related (such as what adapters or cases have the same bolt pattern, what model name/number the transfer case is, etc)


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Re: Gen1 Transfer Cases Options [Re: RECON45] #1104164 02/03/18 06:50 PM
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Mark's in Australia sell a 2.85 low gear set. They've had 3.15 in the past. Look up Toasty or Josh on Adventure Driven Design (.com), as I believe they're marketing the kits.

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