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Ok \"Quiz time\" Transmission covers for Jeep

I have been selling trans covers on ebay for some time now. Some I have made the patterns my self, Others have been made and sent to me. Please help identify these covers. If you have yet another style I would be greatful for pics or patterns as well. If you supply me with the pattern you will get one for free! Sound good? Well any way here they are. I know which are the T176 dana 300 and the YJ cover. I need one for a T18 dana 20 if it is not present. The top left and the far right are the same except one is for an auto.
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Re: Ok \"Quiz time\" Transmission covers for Jeep

I can measure up my T-18 D20 combo cover, but what numbers do you need? I'm guessing diameter of tranny hole, and length and width of tcase hole. Do you need bolt holes too? I doubt the outside holes are in the factory spot on mine, but the shifter boot holes probly are. Let me know and I'll pull my ruler out.
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Trans cover? What are those? I don't have a cutout in the floor of mine. [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]
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Re: Ok \"Quiz time\" Transmission covers for Jeep

I think:
Top left= t150,t18 and dana 20
Top center= sr4,t4,t5,t170 and dana 300
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Re: Ok \"Quiz time\" Transmission covers for Jeep

I could send you one out of my 5, but it is a bit more involved than those.
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Re: Ok \"Quiz time\" Transmission covers for Jeep

Rio_Grande, its probably more like my willys cover, right?
Roughly abot 2" deep and an angle at the fire wall. Kinda like this one?
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Re: Ok \"Quiz time\" Transmission covers for Jeep

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I can measure up my T-18 D20 combo cover, but what numbers do you need? I'm guessing diameter of tranny hole, and length and width of tcase hole. Do you need bolt holes too? I doubt the outside holes are in the factory spot on mine, but the shifter boot holes probly are. Let me know and I'll pull my ruler out.

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If you could measure the diameter of the trans hole opening and placement of the tcase opening, I shouldnt need the bolt holes as they should be the same as the others I have. Does it look any thing like the top middle?

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Re: Ok \"Quiz time\" Transmission covers for Jeep

Well after taking a look I realized that the cover on mine is far from original and something the PO built after he hacked up the opening to get everything to fit. So I really can't give you any good numbers....sorry.
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That looks like it mike, Hwat are you getting for them?
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Re: Ok \"Quiz time\" Transmission covers for Jeep

I've got an original for a CJ-7 Dana 300 with auto. I don't need one as I've got a 'glass tub and just made the twin stick cutout in the floor, but could you use my original as a pattern? What else ya' got to trade??? [img]images/graemlins/deal.gif[/img]
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