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Trans and Tcase help

Hey guys i have a 91 ranger as few know already, i have a 4.0 in it and i need to know whats MANUAL trans and manual tcase to get for my SAS. Thanks guys - Jay
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trans- M5OD with the proper case for your motor and 4x4
tcase- BW 1354 ms from any ranger/explorer from 92-96
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is that T case manual?
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yeah
ms= manual shift
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durrrrrr my bad
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Not to steal but will that t-case also work for a 2004 manual
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Yes, but you need the 4x4 tranny as well.
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ok I though i would just need to make sure
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not the trans but rather the output shaft and housing.

didn't someone just do this a while ago?


and ryan why havent we seen ANY pics of your swap? hows that comming anyway?
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Yes you're correct about the output shaft and extension housing, I just said trans because most people don't have the know-how to swap the output shaft.

I didn't do a buildup thread like you but I put up a post in the snapshots section, it has a couple of pics nothin special though. Its been "pretty much" finished for a month or so now. I'm still tying up loose ends, mainly something to use as a console and boots. Not to mention I need to put my new balljoints in and get an alignment.

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Ok so which would be cheap to do the swap or just buy the transmission already done?
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It would be much cheaper to swap the output shaft and extension housing from the 4x4 tranny to your tranny, but if you aren't familiar with tranny internals and how they work then you'd probably be better off getting a different tranny. Or you could hit up some local shops to see what they charge to do the swap.
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