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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-11-2000, 10:51 PM
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what jeep had a 727, with a dana 300 behind it?

hey guys, need some more help on my scout conversion. i've heard that there was a jeep that came stock with a 727 trans and a dana 300 t-case, i need to know what year and model it was. this would make my life much simpler, and if by chance anyone has one they want to sell, i'm interested.

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Re: what jeep had a 727, with a dana 300 behind it?

there might have been some Cjs after 1980 setup like this, but more likely they were 904s

but the TF trannys used behind V8s in Full sized Jeeps after 1980 will bolt right to a Dana 300, the pattern is hte same round and 23 spline.



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Re: what jeep had a 727, with a dana 300 behind it?

I'm running a FSJ driveline out of an '85 Grand Wagoneer.
360/TF8 (727)/and the factory CJ Dana 300. It all bolted right up.

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Re: what jeep had a 727, with a dana 300 behind it?

I have a 727 from a full size Jeep with a short shaft 300 bolted up to it for sale. I want $2500obo and it includes an '69 Commando and bunch of fun parts.
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Re: what jeep had a 727, with a dana 300 behind it?

AZ would you give up the 727 alone? It would save me from goin' mad tryn' to find one local!

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727 availability

I find it very hard to believe you can't find a 727 locally.

In East PA they are dime a dozen since the truck rust out so fast. Email me off forum if you want me to be middle man for a 727 purchase. Take out AMC 727's w/ torque converter are $55 here, shipping to TX will run about $60, and I charge $20 an hour for my time to get (~3 hrs), crate (?), and ship it.
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Re: 727 availability

tha is unbelievably cheap!!! i paid $250 for the tranny, torque converter, but i didn't get the kickdown linkage, and i thought it was a steal since every other place around here wanted about $350-400

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Re: 727 availability

I can find em' local but it cost about 450.00 to 500.00. There are no bone yards worth a flip around the Austin area anymore. If you can get me one with all the linkage for that price I will take it. Shipping will be to 78669 zip code. You could be my new transmission friend!

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