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Manual T-case, need to know if it will work in my 93

Found this, guy has no info on it, other than that it came out of a ranger and that its a manual(?). He is suppose to be sending me close up pics of the tag on it. Just thought that one of you may be able to recognize it...somehow

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Sure itll work in the 93. It looks like its a 1354 manual case.
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Yea looks just like my manual 1354.
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yup it should my only concern is to see if your 93 requires the speed sensor on the rear of the case. looks like that one is missing. or plugged.
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Sweet!! I will finally be able to shift in to 4wd without having to climb under the truck with some pliers...lol
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Aren't all stock Ranger T-cases 1354's? I work at Borg Warner where they used to make them and all I have ever seen for Rangers is the 1354.
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Aren't all stock Ranger T-cases 1354's? I work at Borg Warner where they used to make them and all I have ever seen for Rangers is the 1354.
No, older Rangers also used the BW1350.
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I agree with the rest...appears to be a 1354 most definately. If you need linkage or interior plastic pieces(floor bezel and boots), let me know....i've got a few lying around.
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No, older Rangers also used the BW1350.
Weren't there two separate models of the 1354? There was like the E1354 or 1354E or something, I thought and that one was the electronic shift on the fly one....
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Weren't there two separate models of the 1354? There was like the E1354 or 1354E or something, I thought and that one was the electronic shift on the fly one....

1354M(mechanical shift) and 1354E(electronic shift), and among those, there's two front output flanges as well.
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