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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-01-2001, 11:28 AM Thread Starter
 
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need ideas -> dual transfers ->pic

Hi there,

i am looking for some input on mating a 2nd transfer behind this transfer... its from a japanes isuzu so i will not find any adapters for it...

what would i need to get done in my local tranny-shop?

my idea is to mate the d18 behind it and have the other transfer "amutaded" the passenger drop... does this sound feasable?

any ideas or any input on how to do it... i know it will be some mayor work but i like the idea

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Re: need ideas -> dual transfers ->pic

another pic from the current setup from a top perspective

i am pretty sure i have to cut the "hump" in the first tranny and weld it shut, as it will be in the way of the rear drive-shaft....

my idea is to make something like a marlin-box (toyota)
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Re: need ideas -> dual transfers ->pic

theres a dual dana 300 t-case setup out there that amutates the front output the front case.
i don't think a local tranny shop would be able to help you much, (maybe)
a good machine shop could do anything you could think of.



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Re: need ideas -> dual transfers ->pic

ok, so what would be the logical steps?

1.) adaptor plate (to match the bolt patterns of the 2 transfers)
2.) some custom crossmember (to mount it)
2a.) cutting the passenger's hump on the 1st transfer
3.) a custom output shaft on the first transfer (that would go directly into the d18)
4.) any bearing stuff????
5.) am i missing something


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Re: need ideas -> dual transfers ->pic

sounds expensive
wouldnt a tried and true version work?
for less money


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Re: need ideas -> dual transfers ->pic

problem is...

whats tried and true for the US is not tried and true here in Chile... unlike the US, 95% of the off-road vehicles are NOT Jeeps here...

so... things that are easy to come by in the states aint here (and sometimes vice versa)...

truth to be said... I will most likely go with a isuzu 2,2L TD engine swap on the cj6... so forget about any AA-Novak, etc... adapters ;o)

on the other hand, labor is rather cheap here...

see my problem?

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