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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-05-2002, 03:18 PM Thread Starter
 
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Anyone have a spare of these???

Been looking for this part, I know it's on early 80's Wagoneers and J-trucks with the Quadratrac.
Anybody have a spare or know of where one is please let me know. I've contacted most of the yards in my area and either they don't have it or don't want to bother to look.
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Re: Anyone have a spare of these???

AJ, I'll keep my eyes peeled around here. What are you looking to pay?
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Re: Anyone have a spare of these???

If I could get it for $25-30 or less that would be great, thanks!
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Re: Anyone have a spare of these???

Where is it mounted so I know where to look?
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Re: Anyone have a spare of these???

I think they are all in the glovebox, some also had a rotary style which would also work but I would really prefer this slide one.
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Re: Anyone have a spare of these???

I think you will find that is particular to 83-84 fsj's. It was on an np type transfer case they called Quadratrak, but not the same as the 70's. I think an NP219. The knob on the bottom controls the vacuum axle disconnect, which jeep did away with in 85, because you could not shift on the fly, you had to be stopped for the axle to connect. A good source over at ifsja.org is Crazy_Jeepman, go to the message board and do a search. he's got tons of stuff. Also, I think this mounts on the lower dash, just to the right of the steering column, like by your right knee.
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