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What trucks have manual BW-1354??

Discussion in 'Offroad Drivelines' started by toddious, July 30, 2005.

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  1. toddious

    toddious Well-Known Member

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    1996 Limited 4x4
    so if i found a 1354 from a 97+ ranger, then i would not need to change out my front driveshaft?

    and what is the easiest way to recognize a 1354 from a 1350?
     
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  3. Doug

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    98+ has a different front driveshaft configuration, I don't know if it's the same as an explorer or not, it probably is.
     
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    The front output on a 1350 is a slip spline. long front nose. The 1354 has a fixed yolk or flange on the front.

    On the 1354's you should be able to swap out the front flange/yolk to the one you currently have. The rear flange/yolk is the same way.
     
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    how well would this work for 5spd 2wd.. im needing one for my conversion I know i would have to get a different rear driveshaft. but it should work out right?
     
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    its hard to find.. been lookin all day
     
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    I don't remember years exactly but they for sure came in all of the "FX4" Rangers. They are an older model of them and everything was manual in them.
     

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