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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-29-2002, 05:56 PM Thread Starter
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FS: Jeep Parts: driveshafts/axles/tranny

Easy upgrade for YJ/Toyota owner's Bolt-in this:
Front D44 complete with steering setup driver's drop(Non-Vacuum) 2.73 gears 61" WMS WMS

Rear Model20HD complete drum to drum 58"WMS WMS 2.73 gears

TF727 with adapter (Bolt-on to D300)

NP229 T-case

Misc 360 Engine accessories etc.......

CV Driveshaft measure in a straight line 25-3/4-28"

Let me know what you need. I will post some pics and prices later.

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PS The Wagoneer had 122k miles. I am not sure of the condition of any of the parts I just brought it home.

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Re: FS: 85\' Grand Wagoneer Drivetrain and MORE!!!!!

Bear with me, I'm pretty new to this stuff... I'm looking to run 35's on a 2001 TJ and have heard the Dana35 may not hold up too well. Searching the posts, it seems a Ford 8.8 is a good alternative. How would the Model 20HD rate against the D35 and the Ford? Could it even be used in my TJ? And if so, what all would need to be done? Thanks,
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Re: FS: 85\' Grand Wagoneer Drivetrain and MORE!!!!!

I have Wagoneer axles on my Scrambler. I am running 35" BFG Mud Terrain tires without any problems. I am not sure how well they would adapt to a TJ, but anything is possible. The Model20HD is a 1/2 ton truck axle. Maybe with some TJ experience will chime in.

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Re: FS: 85\' Grand Wagoneer Drivetrain and MORE!!!!!

I am NO TJ expert, but I would say...

the ford 8.8 is stronger then the 20.

bottom line, you don't want a 20. it is just not" the thing to have" and too much effort for small gains.

Dana 44, ford 8.8 or dana 60. I would sugest looking around and finding a dana 44 out of a junked TJ. I saw a dana44 for a TJ on ebay.
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Re: FS: 85\' Grand Wagoneer Drivetrain and MORE!!!!!

Tom, how wide is the rear, is it centered or offset?

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bottom line, you don't want a 20. it is just not" the thing to have" and too much effort for small gains

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The AMC20HD is different than a AMC20, the HD's are arguably as strong/stronger than a Dana 44.
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Is the AMC20HD the 8 7/8 ring gear?
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Re: FS: 85\' Grand Wagoneer Drivetrain and MORE!!!!!

Hey PBM,

The rear is centered and 4"s wider than a CJ widetrac. I believe it is 58". I can take a measurement tomorrow. You can see what they look like on my Scrambler at the site in my sig.

Everyone:
Let's not confuse the Model20HD with the CJ Model20. The Model20HD is a half-ton truck axle. It is a great upgrade for CJ20 owner's because the carriers and gears will swap between the two. If you have a Detroit/ARB in your CJ it will work in this axle. The 20HDs are plentiful and can be had for fairly cheap compared with a Dana44. The ring gear is slightly larger than a D44.

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Re: FS: 85\' Grand Wagoneer Drivetrain and MORE!!!!!

Front Dana 44: driver's drop 61" WMS-WMS 2.73 gears steering linkage with pitman included $200OBO

Rear Model20HD: centered diff. 58" WMS-WMS 2.73 gears $100OBO

NP 229 T-Case $50OBO

TF727 with D300 adapter: $200OBO

CV driveshaft: measured in a straight line 25-3/4"-28" $50OBO

All prices are OBO plus shipping from 78737.

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Re: FS: 85\' Grand Wagoneer Drivetrain and MORE!!!!!

Still getting caught up with the acronyms. Just guessing, WMS is the Wheel Mounting Surface, right?
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Re: FS: 85\' Grand Wagoneer Drivetrain and MORE!!!!!

Hey Tom, is the 727 for an AMC motor or a Chrysler motor? I'm lookin' for one to do a 360 MoPar swap into my CJ.
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