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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-18-2001, 05:04 PM Thread Starter
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Changing sticks on transfercase

I am currently running a twin stick scout d20 transfer case in my cj-5. Well I blew it up at tellico, and was wondering how hard it would be to take the twin stick setup off that and put it on a jeep d20. Thanks in advance

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Re: Changing sticks on transfercase

I think that the bolts will all match up with the front output/shifter housing. How bad did you blow the thing up? If you still want front wheel drive capabilities, then use the Scout shift forks and shift rails, then all the gears from the Jeep.
I believe the cases are the same. I have a Scout t-case almost ready to put back together w/ twin sticks and D18 & Bronco D20 gears, but I haven't gotten my Jeep one out yet to completely compare everything. At least the gasket matches up from the Jeep D20 kit w/ the Scout D20 front output. You should probably use the Scout shift rails so you don't have to weld and notch the Jeep ones, if they're any different.

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Re: Changing sticks on transfercase

I blew the whole rear of the housing apart.

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Re: Changing sticks on transfercase

Sounds like fun to me. When I took off the rear bearing cap, a tab had broken off, so I'm going to use the Jeep's D20 to fix that. I believe that all the gears and bolt holes will match up, but the only difference is in the shift forks and shift rails. You should be able to take the Jeep D20 shifter/front bearing cap off, then take out the intermediate gear, loosen the shift forks, take out the shift rails, then put the Scout shift rails and shift forks back in. Hopefully that'll work out for you.



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Re: Changing sticks on transfercase

I guess it would be in that exact order. I guess you have to take the shift forks & rails out before you can get the front bearing cap off!!!

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