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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-17-2000, 08:18 AM
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Muncie M-21 in place of a T-176 4 speed on CJ5

I was just wondering if it was possible or if there was a conversion kit to replace a T-176 4 speed with a Dana 300 transfer case with a Muncie M-21 or M-22. My CJ5 has a 258 straight 6 engine. Any information or past experiences anyone has with this will help me greatly. Thanks in advance.

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Re: Muncie M-21 in place of a T-176 4 speed on CJ5

There is no real advantage to this swap. Advanced adapters used to sell adapters for the car transmissions to the dana 20 transfer cases, I see these at the swap meets all the time no one can unload them anymore. For a 258 the T-176 is a good transmission. If you have money to burn, do it right the first time and do the granny low ford T-18 swap, or if you have tons of money to burn then go for a NV4500.

good luck, jjc

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Re: Muncie M-21 in place of a T-176 4 speed on CJ5

One of the transmissions in my garage is the M-22 with a Dana 20 adapter. Let me be polite[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img], the M-22 is not for sale. I used the M-22 in my 80 CJ5 when I lived in Jacksonville. I liked the close ratio M-22 in MUD! I now live near Portland Oregon, and my 80 CJ5 has a Ford T-18. My 80 CJ5 is small block chevy powered.

In my humble opinion, I think the T-176 and Dana 300 are a very good combination for a Jeep that is on the street more than the dirt.
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