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Old 10-15-2009
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4wd tranny for 2wd tranny

Ive got my 4.0 4wd tranny that I want to trade for a 2wd tranny..

other words -- MY 4wd tranny and tcase for YOUR 2wd tranny and some cash..

tranny has like 60k on it..no problems no slipping..fluid was changed at 25k, 50k

heck the rear driveshaft too...want it come get it!
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aww im so jelous
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i know somebody wants to become 4wd
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haha ya i do
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ill ship it all....unload the goods..throw your tranny on it and ship it back to me!
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Just for kicks and giggles, how much cash we talking to swap and how hard is it to swap transmissions?
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i have no idea on the swap..my side is easy i dont have a cab on..

My tranny, my tcase and rear shaft

you bring

your tranny and say $350

.trannys are a straight swap..only thing your paying for is case and shaft..

all wiring comes with the case...
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Why are you going 2wd?
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Why are you going 2wd?
x2 wondering the same
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Why are you going 2wd?
im not..running a 2wd tranny i can divorce a transfer case..to get better pinon angles..
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come on people!!!! raaawwwrrrr
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