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Old 04-26-2011, 02:38 PM
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Willys Wagon Trans+Transfer Case

I have a small block chevy in my 1956 Willys Wagon, it is attatched to the original borg warner t-90 trans and original transfer case. I recently cracked my trans house. I have a muncie 4 spd that would bolt up to that motor, but would my 4spd chevy trans hook up to my t/case?

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I had the SBC, T 90, T case with a Studebaker rear wheels only overdrive in my jeepster. We sold the jeep stuff and went with a $ 150 rusted out Blazer, (no engine), for the newer, stronger parts. A lot of work. but now have front Discs, power steering, a lot stronger trans and T case. axles etc, I have seen old jeepsters and pickups that used the divorced transfer case mounted on a home made crosmember and new drive shafts. One had an older dodge div /T case. then you can run any engine trans you can fit under the hood. If you are lifted very high the drive shaft angles get steep.
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According to my boss George, you can call advance adapters; this is one of the first products they made. Id also check Novak. As with a lot of the AA stuff, you may have to slightly modify the plate to get everything to line up properly
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