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Old 05-14-2010, 03:09 PM   #11
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well here are the pics of my baby, and my favorite truck
before, this is what it looked like when i got it








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Old 05-14-2010, 04:47 PM   #12
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D28 autohubs are a dime a dozen. I have 15 sets at my local Junkyard. chekc there first for replacements before sinking money into manual. Is takes 30 seconds to change a hub even offroad and you can get 3-4 sets of autos for 40 bux at JY.
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I have some warn hubs I could part with. $20 plus shipping?
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D28 autohubs are a dime a dozen. I have 15 sets at my local Junkyard. chekc there first for replacements before sinking money into manual. Is takes 30 seconds to change a hub even offroad and you can get 3-4 sets of autos for 40 bux at JY.
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it has manual hubs on it now, and USMCford how much will shipping to 97812 be? and how many miles are on em, and what kind of comdition are they in? and could you take some pics and post em here?
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well my transfer case is a 1350, and i cant find any numbers on my tranny anywhere
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well my transfer case is a 1350, and i cant find any numbers on my tranny anywhere

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thans spdcrazy, but that doesnt mention bronco II
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its probably an FM146, same as the ranger.
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thans spdcrazy, but that doesnt mention bronco II
the rangers and b2's and explorer's used alot of the same transmissions. if you use the ID page, you can see the differences in the pans of a tk5/146/etc. or the lack of pan's if you had a m50d. (but thats only in a explorer, and a highly desired swap for us ranger/b2 guys)

but he is correct, prob a 146, however, i had a tk5 in mine from the factory.
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