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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-02-2000, 11:56 PM
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 04-03-2000, 10:49 AM
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Re: dana 20 modification

You can start by reading this: http://www.off-road.com/~jweed/transfer.htm. One other option
you might want to consider is the 3.15:1 gearset that Tera Mfg. makes.

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Re: dana 20 2.46

I'm doing a 2.46:1 gear swap on my Scout II Dana 20 as well, but I'm not using ANY Dana 18 parts.

I'm using all Bronco parts, including cutting and splicing the top of the Bronco shift-fork to the bottom of the Scout shift-fork. I already welded up and re-notched the shift rails and have Dana 18 shifters to go with the conversion.

I'm just using the front, rear, and intermediate gears from the Bronco, and half of one of the shift forks. (I think that's right.. I need to look at my pile of parts again). Some grinding to the case will be required. I paused on my conversion to finish my new 345 instead.

64:1 with the wide-box T19 I just put in and my 4.09 gears when I get the new 'case done. Twice as low as I was last summer with the close 4spd and stock 'case (and just a stock 304).

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Re: dana 20 2.46

Thanks to all, it sounds like the $700.00 conversion is the most accurate way. OUCH!!!! If this is what I want that is probably what I'll do.
Thanks again to all for the help.
Mike

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Re: dana 20 2.46

BTW, I don't know if this guy is still doing it, but in '97 I was told of a place that would convert your SII Dana 20 to 2.46:1 for $350

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http://www.tmcom.com/~tsm1/scout/faq/lowerdana20.html

Also, if I hadn't been given the Bronco Dana 20, I'd probably be looking at the TeraLow gears myself.. but for free.. (yeah, and some grinding and welding and my time)..

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