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If I remember right, mine was pulled fro a 94 expo, that's why I had to cap off the speedo hole, and that's the difference in front outputs..

Yes, I still have no front drive line Stephen, no money and no desire to work on the truck anymore. I'm so lazy its remarkable lol
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it's cause you haven't been on the forums in for-freaking-ever LOL
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so what is this pig tail thing for the lights????
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so what is this pig tail thing for the lights????
The pigtail hooks up to the manual Tcase sensor and works the 4wd lights on the dash.
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ya but more or less where does one aquire such pig tail?? id love to be able to hook my stuff up to look ligit, are there some how-to's on this??
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I find that this thread is still lacking as far as where you can get the manual transfer cases and the linkages. I tried to find a list of vehicle models and years but had no luck.

The only twinstick I have right now is my old rusty-trusty 89 Ranger. It's a manual in both ways from the factory. All three of the BroncoII's I have are electric shift and automatics. ftw


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I find that this thread is still lacking as far as where you can get the manual transfer cases and the linkages. I tried to find a list of vehicle models and years but had no luck.

The only twinstick I have right now is my old rusty-trusty 89 Ranger. It's a manual in both ways from the factory. All three of the BroncoII's I have are electric shift and automatics. ftw


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junkyards and i know 94 rangers had them other years also i can't recall.
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1990-1992 had them with a 4.0L only. 91-94 explorers had the option, 93-97 Rangers had them as an option. Thats what ive learned through my junk yard travel
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Thanks for the reply man. I know that junkyards have them. lol I just needed more of a list of the years and models that would have the right case/linkage for the swap.

EDIT: Thanks Vista!


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no problem, basically any bw1354m will work
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theres one in the classifieds too
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theres one in the classifieds too
I'll keep looking local. I figure I can find one around here eventually, for $50-$100 Stuff goes pretty cheap most of the time in this area. I've got several older electric cases but no manuals.. $300 is just way too spendy for me, whether it's a reasonable price or not.

Thanks for the heads up though!


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I was under the impression most people attemping the swap, know where to get one... Sorry for the confusion.
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I'm always considering new mods, often several at a time. I like changing the truck around, especially when it makes it more functional or reliable.

I just needed a good list of what models/years the transfer cases could be salvaged from. Not trying to bash your thread or clutter it up too much. Sorry.


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No no, it's all good... That's what the forums are here to do... Help people out! You've come to the right place!
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I believe it would just be any early 90's 4.0 powered vehicle could have the 1354m.
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The 1990 and I think 1991 B2 also had the 1354m on the M5OD-R1 tranny...
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Wouldn't you know it.. I have 3 BII's for parts. Two 89 models with pushbutton 4x4 and one 88 model that had a manual transmission that I used in my 89 Ranger. Not sure if I have that transfer case or not? I think it's the wrong model anyway, right?

My work truck is a 89 Ranger 4x4 and it has a manual transfer case at least. Now if I could get my 01 Ranger upgraded.. I did check my 01 and it has the necessary bolt bosses on the transmission tailshaft piece.


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Because you have an automatic trans, the manual trans' are the ones that had the hard to find tail housing.

Your 89 has a 1350m not a 1354m... That's why, given it's year... The 91 b2 I'm almost positive had the 1354m in it... Shane can back me up on this one, but my t-case linkage which has to be 1354m specific was pulled from a 91 B2..
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