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I've got a fairly unique problem; I'm doing a drive train swap on a vehicle and I'm wanting to keep the old axles. I've got a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee engine and transmission w/ a 4x4 transfer case (don't remember what model other than it's the one with auto 4wd). The front axle currently has the drive shaft input on the passenger side of the vehicle, however the transfer case has the output on the driver's side of the vehicle. Is there a way to clock the t case 120° so that the output is on the right side, or am I SOL? I've tried doing some research and all I can see is 10° clock kits for better ground clearance.
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