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    So..... I did some research and found Advance Adaptors has the kit with everything needed to do a swap. They can even include the transmission, if you want. Trouble is... the kit is $958. The trans adds $2400. If I spent that, I would need both Jeepers Anonymous, and marriage counseling. Especially after what I've spent on the YJ.
    Notes on the kit did say, you have to cut on the floor of your Jeep. I'm thinking a body lift would eliminate that need.
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    Thoughts on a NV4500, to replace runout NV3550?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kuboske View Post
    So..... I did some research and found Advance Adaptors has the kit with everything needed to do a swap. They can even include the transmission, if you want. Trouble is... the kit is $958. The trans adds $2400. If I spent that, I would need both Jeepers Anonymous, and marriage counseling. Especially after what I've spent on the YJ.
    Notes on the kit did say, you have to cut on the floor of your Jeep. I'm thinking a body lift would eliminate that need.
    Yeah they’re commercial duty, and come with a price that matches. Checkout jasper / weller / valley truck parts remanufactured prices. Their core charges are normally pretty high as they need them to rebuild and I doubt they’ll give you full credit for your old lighter duty nv. Just don’t tell the wife you could’ve just rebuilt the old one for 500 bucks, she doesn’t need To know that.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Snboarder113 View Post
    Yeah they’re commercial duty, and come with a price that matches. Checkout jasper / weller / valley truck parts remanufactured prices. Their core charges are normally pretty high as they need them to rebuild and I doubt they’ll give you full credit for your old lighter duty nv. Just don’t tell the wife you could’ve just rebuilt the old one for 500 bucks, she doesn’t need To know that.


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    I've worked with Weller, many times, using their heavy duty truck remans. Tried awhile back to sell them some Fuller 10spd. cores. They weren't interested in buying. Don't know whats up with that.
    Not telling my wife everything about costs is on page two of my playbook, already. Actually, she doesn't usually ask. She is the one who asked me to not go hog wild on the TJ. Said she would like it to be more "comfortable", than the YJ. She also said I should keep both toys. Very good woman.
    I did get the AC, fixed on the TJ. For her. It's chillin' like an icebox, now....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuboske View Post
    I've worked with Weller, many times, using their heavy duty truck remans. Tried awhile back to sell them some Fuller 10spd. cores. They weren't interested in buying. Don't know whats up with that.
    Not telling my wife everything about costs is on page two of my playbook, already. Actually, she doesn't usually ask. She is the one who asked me to not go hog wild on the TJ. Said she would like it to be more "comfortable", than the YJ. She also said I should keep both toys. Very good woman.
    I did get the AC, fixed on the TJ. For her. It's chillin' like an icebox, now....
    Out of the gate the tj is already way more comfortable than any yj so miles ahead. I wouldn’t recommend weller, who is now owned by jasper anyways.


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