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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-26-2000, 06:56 AM Thread Starter
 
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Dana 20 Shifter Questions

I'm in the process of putting a Bronco Dana 20 into my YJ bla bla bla....

anyway, i see they have 2 kinds of shifters, "J" and "T" style,
so will either one work with any 20?
if not, how do i tell which i need?
if either one will work, which one do you recommend?
thanks for anyhelp,
heres' a link to my dual-transfercase page that kind of explains it all. http://www.geocities.com/yj3qtr_ton/2transfercase.html

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Re: Dana 20 Shifter Questions

66-77 Broncos came with the Dana 20 transfer case. 66-72 used the T-shifter which has a push button T-handle, 73-77 used a J-shifter, it has a backwards J- shift pattern. You can now also get J-shifter & T-Shifter Twin Sticks for the same applictions.
3 Speed Kit (66-72 T-handle transfer case)
3 Speed Kit (73-77 J-handle transfer case)
NP435 / Dana 20 (66-72 T-shift)
Dodge 203 Range box (66-72 T-Shift
NP435 (73-77 J-Shift)
Dodge 203 Range box (73-77 J-Shift)
NV 4500 / Dana 20 T-shift

Hope that helps!

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Re: Dana 20 Shifter Questions

thanks very much,
do you also know who sell a "twin stick", so i can take a look at it, probably wonlt buy one (maybe use it for designing my own)

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Re: Dana 20 Shifter Questions

"Wildhorses Bronco" A friend of mine makes all their J-shifters and also the Np435 dual-case kits, plus a few other odds and ends.


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Re: Dana 20 Shifter Questions

so is there any differences in the dana 20's themselves? (66 to 72 vice 73 to 77)


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Re: Dana 20 Shifter Questions

Damn, why aren't these questions getting answered?

The pre 73s (T-shift)had the 2.46:1 low, and the 73 and newer had the 2.34:1 low (J Shift).

How di the D20 swa go BTW, I'm doing something similar


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Re: Dana 20 Shifter Questions

ya, it's finished except still building the skid plate [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
i've only been driving it around my town, and acouple short highway trip.
yet to go wheeling, planning a trip end of may, (but would sure like to test it before then)
here's a link to acouple pages i made http://www.geocities.com/yj3qtr_ton/2transfercase.html
thanks for the answer to my question also......

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