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Old 07-25-2009, 10:08 PM
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1976-79 jeep T150 stuff

i acquired some parts the other day for the cj5 1976-79 t-150 tranny drivetrains.

i dont know much about jeeps and what engine these may be for

but apparently the T-150 is a top loader transmission right?

yet it is not a four speed ?

i always have assumed all top loaded transmissions were 4 speed

like the SM420 and CH465 and NP435 and 435CR etc..

apparently some were 3 speed ??


i acquired a flywheel, clutch disc, clutch fork, bellhousing, and top shifter fork assembly with long shift handle all for these trannies and jeeps. according to the casting code on the trans top housing anyways.

no numbers on the bell or flywheel or anything

odd... but pics of t150 ones look identical to what i have

dunno what to do with such parts so im gonna just stash them in the attic with all the others in which are 90% GM ones,. haha

any info regarding the T150 and these jeeps would be good just to learn about in general

or any comments or questions etc


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3spd toploader.. the shifter can be mod'd to work on a 4spd top loader

as for the transmission.. will fit any inline 6 jeep , v8 jeep from about 1972-1991.. gets confusing in the 80's with jeep. as they used Audi engines and GM engines in some vehicles for various reasons, but all V8 Jeeps up to 1991, were AMC V8's
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Most of the parts, except for the input, output, case, bell, tail, & bearing retainer, are common 3-speed Ford/Dodge parts. Not sure, but most or some of the excluded parts above may also be the same as a Dodge 3-speed.
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hmm interesting, ive never ventured very far into the amc chrysler etc areas in the past the only real similar thing i ve ever come across and owned was a 77 right hand drive scout with 304 and auto and it ran drove great i got it dirt cheap with no top on it and now i wish i had it still., because it was so unique and rare around here especially.

other than that i have no clue on these drivetrains and such,


guess ill stash the parts away until some day i come across someone looking for any

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