Transfer Case Identification

AMC JEEP TRANSFER CASE Find your AMC/Jeep vehicle in the chart below and click on the illustration for a larger view.   Year Vehicle Model Diagram 1980-1990 with 4, with 5 Speed Jeep with NP 208   1981-1991 Cherokee, Comanche, Wagoneer, J10/20, Grand Wagoneer Jeep with NP 229   1987-1997 Cherokee, Comanche, Wrangler YJ, Wagoneer

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Drive Line Measurements

Because there are so many variables that could cause you not to get the proper fit or maximum performance from your drive line, we manufacture each drive line one at a time for your specific vehicle. Therefore, we ask that you take a few moments to give us the measurements needed to build you the

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Axle Measurements

Get Axle Measurements It is important to get accurate measurements off of your axle because of the many different models and applications.  Not all vehicles are built the same.  Some have wider frames and some have narrower.   Also, the track width varies from year to year and vehicle to vehicle.  To be sure that we

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Axle Ratio

Find Axle Ratio There are a few different methods you can use to determine the ratio of your axle, depending on what model of axle you have.  These ideas should help you in determining the ratio of your axle: The most sure way to determine your ratio is to count the number of teeth on

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Rear Axle Identification

To help you find the right part, we first need to properly identify the axle you have or need. Not all vehicles are set up the same, even though they may be the same make and model. For example: A Chevy 1/2 ton pick-up may have a Chevy 10 bolt rear axle or a 12

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Front Axle Identification

To help you find the right part, we first need to properly identify the axle you have or need. Not all vehicles are set up the same, even though they may be the same make and model. All of these axles take different parts so we need to properly identify the axle you have to

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