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1350/1354 interchange of parts?

Discussion in 'Transmissions & Transfer Cases' started by Happy Jack, June 19, 2011.

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  1. Happy Jack

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    I have a 1354 manual t-case with a cracked rear housing 1/2. I have a spare 1350 manual t-case in good working condition.

    Will the back 1/2 of the 1350 case interchange with the 1354? Figured to use all the 1354 stuff and just switch the back 1/2 of the case.
     
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    Yes it will. Direct bolt on.

    http://therangerstation.com/forums/showthread.php?t=94897
     
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    Stop by with both cases. It will take less time for us to build it then your drive here.
     
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    Sure it's just a short drive :D

    1,365 miles and about $200 in gas (not counting a sleep spot) in my little car one way.


    What do the cases weigh and how much would shipping be to and from? Well I guess 2 there 1 back. I know it would require pallet(s). I just guesstimated on weight and height and it costs about 10 dollars less to ship than my travel without a hotel stay

    This would sound the best, unless there was some sort of event down closer this way.
     
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    It would cost less to just have a front driveshaft modified to fit the 1350m in your truck.
     
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    What all is required? Lengthening it or something else?

    I've tried searching for the answer, but there seemed to be a lot of incomplete threads.
     
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    The 13-50 will bolt right in. The rear driveshaft will work fine. You'll probably have to modify the shifter to work.

    The front driveshaft from the 13-50 will either need to be lengthened or shortened. I don't recall which one off hand.

    If its a very early 13-50 you'll need standard bolts to bolt the case to the trans, any later one (mid '84+) will use the same metric bolts as the 13-54.
     
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    It is from an 88 B2.

    I'm not sure if the shifter will bolt directly to the m5od or not seeing as it came from the toyo trans.

    I have the rear driveshaft from both the B2 and the 91 explorer.
     
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    88... It will bolt right in with the bolts you already have.
    B2... The rear yoke will need to swapped with the flange off your 13-54 and your stock driveshaft will bolt right up.
    Toyo trans... The shifter won't bolt up. You'll need to find a way to make it work.
     






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