I can't seem to find a reasonable split. If I have my years correct, in 92 they went to an external slave and in 94 they revised the internal gears which also gave it a larger pilot bearing diameter. Looks like a solid piece that's capable of handling the power of a hot 350 chevy without any issues. If the jeep housing will work, what years, engines, and models should i look for? ~Justin I thought those transmissions were pretty weak. In addition to bearings, gaskets and seals we can provide input shaft, counter shafts, syncro rings, syncro hubs and needle bearings.
I went back prior to 1992, and the numbers changed. There were also a couple who talked like it was a piece of junk. This would also involve re-clocking the transfer case angle, though. I had asked about my transmission on dakota-durango. Typically used in Jeeps requiring 5 speed as well as Dodge and Isuzu 5 speed applications. I'll bet a shorter shifter in a car would solve a good deal of that problem. Redline gear oil helps a lot but I wouldn't call them slick shifting.
The local yards say no, but i don't see the trans being that much different between the two makes of vehicles. I need to find out this info because i can find a ton of manual trans jeep vehicles at the local u pull yards, but no manual trans dakotas, so far. You have a long list for recyclers. Second gear syncro tend to grind when hurried or when the tranny oil is cold. You may have to before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. P 1 Post a reply to this message: Username Registration: All visitors are allowed to post messages Name: Email: Notify me when I get a reply to my message: Yes No Icons: Subject: Message:. He lives in a very rural area, with lots of back roads, and even some seasonal use only trails, that i know he drives on regularly, and it wouldn't surprise me to find out he had been jumping it, or even getting it stuck in mud and using extreme force to get it unstuck.
I have run them quite a bit in Jeeps off-roading with no problems. It was pretty tough, I'll give it that. Take advantage of our free technical support, also available are and give us a call. And first gear ratio sucks for performance use,as in not 4x4. Individual gear and shift forks are also available.
The Dakota and Cherokee each have the transfer case well up in the chassis. Your help and advice are greatly appreciated. We all deserve researched, accurate information! I don't think my transmission even needs a rebuild really. Moses Actually, that article is how i found this forum in the first place. I have a 1994 4 wheel drive dodge dakota, 3. We have included information on how to identify you individual transmission, application information, model year, detailed kit and part availablity by transmission type.
. Why are they talking about how these transmissions would suck in cars? To speak to a Drive Train Expert or to place and order call toll free 888-824-2012, buy factory direct and save money! A replacement extension housing shouldn't be too hard to find around here then, since the favored jeep in my area is the cherokee and grand cherokee, and there are quite a few of those in the local full service and u pull yards around here. I found this interchange interesting and gained insight into Chrysler and Aisin parts use. I thought this issue could be beneficial to others as well. I see that the 3500 say service behind the 5. The T15 was primarily found behind the engines as the base transmission, but was also found behind the as an upgrade option over the. This is clearly the distinction on the Mopar extension housings.
We offer rebuilt re- manufactured and dyno tested transmissions that have a no hassle 12 month warranty. I had a buddy that ran one behind his 4. Maybe something similar happened with the 1997 wrangler, so they thought it was just easier to use the other extension housing in the 1998 wrangler. The bellhousing detaches from the main case so the Jeep, Dakota and Toyota are essentially the same behind the bellhousing. The shorter wheelbase Wranglers require the deep skid pan for protection.
Syncro rings are not included in these kits. Biggman100, thanks for joining the forums! The extension housing is the piece that is in front of the transfer case, and the shifter bolts into, and the trans mount bolts to. I just rebuilt the motor and I am looking to rebuild the transmission. By parts listings, there are differences in complete transmission units from Mopar for each of these models. So if anyone knows, I will greatly appreciate it!!! When the bolts snap, there's usually huge elongation or side load force. Not much but enough I think for now. I knew the transmission was in store for some hard trail work! The upgrade to the T15 transmission was the Jeep.
I'll edit that post listing to avoid any confusion. Anyone using one of these or familiar with them? The hot-rod Supra guys are putting nearly a 1,000 hp into modified R154 units. From what I remember, the shifter is kind of sloppy, and the case is pretty large, but I guess it's nothing that can't be sorted out. The reason i need to change the extension housing, as you can see in the attached pic, is that the person i bought the truck from kind of abused it and didn't seem to care about the consequences. Personally, I've never seen a manual transmission stock Grand Cherokee. Well, kudos to the Dakota-Durango forum members! Cherokee transmissions have a 23 degree rotation tailhousing.