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03-30-2012, 08:32 PM
1994 Jeep wrangler.
My plan is a lift and my 350vortec with 4 speed transmission. I have a Dana 18 transfer case but now that I think about it I can't use it since my Jeep is driver side drop. Anyone know if the Jeep transmission is able to be bolted to a 350? I haven't done much research on them. I know its not a Chevy but I figured you guys would like it.http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c349/SmallMischief/IMG050.jpghttp://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c349/SmallMischief/IMG085.jpg
03-31-2012, 06:30 PM
Very cool. Always been a fan of V8 Wranglers.
Lookin forward to your updates.
I did a quick search but couldnt find much info, most of the builds I saw were LS based chevy motors and 4l60 transmissions. I'll look around some more and see if I can find any info for yah.
03-31-2012, 07:12 PM
I imagine that even if you could bolt that 5-speed up to a 350, it wouldn't last too long.
04-02-2012, 01:15 AM
This will be VERY Spendy but its also your best most reliable will NEVER break no matter what you do with it, NV4500 from Advanced Adapters will give you a 6.3:1 First Gear (I have this combo in my Jeep and take off in 2nd with 35's) you tell them it's for a SBC and they will give sell you the correct adapter bell housing. Behind that Advanced Adapters Atlas 2 Transfer Case Clockable and cab be drivers side or passenger side and can give you all kinds of gear options but mine is 4.3:1 with a Dana 44 Rear and Dana 30 front locked up on 35's I've never broken an Axle shaft and these Axles have survived 3 SBC Jeeps. I'm running 3:73 gears in them and I have Spicer Power Track Lockers front and rear so there's a little give (basically a really tough Posi Unit) Been through the Rubicon Fordyce Ect. Ect. Also if your already spending the money on the good edlebrock intake and carb I HIGHLY recommend the Edlebrock Multi-Port Fuel Injection kit that I'm running on my Jeep runs very smooth good power and No Stalls on hill climbs. Mind you this is about a 8k combo counting the Fuel Injection kit you will NEVER have to worry about your drive train, this is a Bullet Proof Combo.
NV4500 Trans Should Bolt Directly to your Motor
Atlas 2 Transfer Case you will have to set it up but its about $2400
Edlebrock Electronic Fuel Injection Pro-Flo 2 Kit mine was the first gen kit about $1600 not sure on the new kits cost but worth every penny
Heres a few pics of my Jeep Same exact motor that is in my old truck, need some new ones though these pics are with 33's lol
The Motor that I built for my old Chevy Truck same thats in my Jeep
Hope This Helps man I love Jeep builds, sometimes the building can be just as much fun as the Wheeling
If you have any questions feel free to send me a PM I'll try to help the best I can
04-04-2012, 03:11 PM
Look into the NP241c transfer case. It came in both drivers and passenger side drops. You are going to spend a fortune on adapters if you try to mix and match stuff. You will probably need a slip yoke eliminator though. I got lucky and found a tcase with the SYE already installed for less than just the SYE kit cost. :cool:
04-04-2012, 04:59 PM
The AX5 barely holds up behind the 4 Cylinder. Go with a trans made for a V8.
04-09-2012, 10:27 PM
If you order the Trans and Transfer from Advanced Adapters they will send you the Trans and Transfer that will bolt up to your 350 without any adapters. Your gonna spend a bunch of coin on that set up but it will last longer than the jeep.
11-05-2012, 02:34 PM
Forgot all about this! I just ordered new parts for my 240, so this is still on hold! My plan is to use my Muncie 465 with the 350 and bolt my jeep transfercase up to it with an adapter. I think this is probably the easiest way. So if anyone needs a Dana 18 T-case I have one.
My plan is to start swapping the motor in this winter since I won't be driving it much.
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