Help decifering these numbers

Help decifering these numbers

Jroch

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I was curiose exactly what I had for running gear so I scraped away as much grime as I could to reveal these numbers but can't find them on the net. it is possible I transposed a couple as it was very difficult to read

Transmission I found these

1307065901
WG7IV
R.
I68

Transfer Case
DANA C18-1524-S(or5?)G

I am guessing on the Transfer case it's a C18 but looking at the spec sheet sticky for trans and transfer it shows 2 sticks on the transfer case and I only have one?

The Transmission is a 3 speed reverse all the way left and straight up 1'st straight back from reverse.

I couldn't find any numbers on the front and rear axle?

Second part to this is if you can tell me what I got, what are opinions on them what I can I expect for known issues performance etc:

Thanks

Justin
 
I continued to keep looking on the net for the casting numbers, would the 1'st four be the identification, I saw what i thought was 1307065901 possible I miss read the 7 and was a 2 giving the 1'sr four of 1302 which would give me a T-14 tranny mated to a C18 Transfer case? I also came across this while searching thought I would post it


t90.gif

1946-1972
t98a.gif

1955-1973NAME: T-90
SPEEDS: 3
CASE LENGTH: 8"
CASTING NUMBERS: T-90
BOLT PATTERN:
bpt90s.gif

NAME: T98A
SPEEDS: 4
LENGTH: 11.875"
CASTING NUMBERS: T-98
BOLT PATTERN:
bpt18s.gif

t86.gif

1966-1968
t14.gif

1968-1975NAME: T-86
SPEEDS: 3
CASE LENGTH: 8"
CASTING NUMBERS: T-86
BOLT PATTERN:
bpt14s.gif

NAME: T14A
SPEEDS: 3
LENGTH: 8.375"
CASTING NUMBERS: T14A,or 1302
BOLT PATTERN:
bpt14s.gif

t150.gif

1976-1979NAME: T-150
SPEEDS: 3
CASE LENGTH: 9.250"
CASTING NUMBERS: 2603983
BOLT PATTERN:
bpt150s(1).gif



It looks like it got a little turned around in the copy and past
 
what year is the jeep?
oh d 18s had single sticks, what engine?
 
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what year is the jeep?
oh d 18s had single sticks, what engine?


Baja thanks for your reply, the jeep body is a 1985 but nothing I don't believe is OEM, with the exception of maybe the axles? This is what I can tell you from the PO

The Engine is a 343 out of a 1969 AMX
Was told Trans and Transfer were up graded to a T-14 cast iron, thats all I was told, I have verified the motor although there is still some confusion on the heads but that is being debated in another tread.

Are you thinking that I have a D18 Transfer with a T-14 Trans? if so what can you tell me on them any good?

Thanks again for your assistance
 
ok then, lets get to a few things
If you have a D18 tcase you will need to be running a rear offset diff, it will be offset to the passenger side. If not that is not a d18
the Dana 20 had one shifter also, but used a center pumkin differential in the rear.
do you have any pics?
 
Pictures are worth a 1000 words.;)
 
Pictures are worth a 1000 words.;)

Sorry for the delay guy's been a busy week. Here are some pics from underneath the Jeep. The Rear Axel the pumpkin is in the middle of the axel, the front is off set to the passengers side of the Jeep. Hard to get a good pick of the Transfer case but included on of the rear of the case Thanks for all your assistance with this

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IMG00084-20091028-1722.jpg
 
Sorry for the delay guy's been a busy week. Here are some pics from underneath the Jeep. The Rear Axel the pumpkin is in the middle of the axel, the front is off set to the passengers side of the Jeep. Hard to get a good pick of the Transfer case but included on of the rear of the case Thanks for all your assistance with this

IMG00086-20091028-1723.jpg


IMG00085-20091028-1722.jpg



IMG00084-20091028-1722.jpg
I personally guarantee it's not a d-18!:eek: Look's like a good ol' Dana 300 T-case, Dana 30 front axle with a P.O.S. (whoops did I say that?) AMC model 20 rear. :laugh:
 
I personally guarantee it's not a d-18!:eek: Look's like a good ol' Dana 300 T-case, Dana 30 front axle with a P.O.S. (whoops did I say that?) AMC model 20 rear. :laugh:
I think you are correct on all ends of that one
 
Shift patterns on worn out shift rails of old t cases are pretty much what ever you can get them into! :)
 
Shift patterns on worn out shift rails of old t cases are pretty much what ever you can get them into! :)

Well now I am really confused :confused::confused::confused: LOL, I pulled the body cover so I could get a good look at the shift linkages, what I have is a single shifter the linkage then conects to two :dung: rails that go into the transfer as I move the shifter one will slide in then slide out and the other slides in heres the best I pics I could get, I oppologize for the full sizze but scaled down you really couldn't see the details?

IMG00089-20091101-0840.jpg

IMG00090-20091101-0841.jpg
 
I have to agree with "Lil'5 & CJ" from the other thread. That linkage does not look like a Dana 300 to me. A pic from the rear might help.
 
you may have a home made shifter linkage, I think it is time to take that thing down to your local 4x4 shop and get them to identify that puppy. then maybe you can get straitened out. I have never seen a shift patern like that, or a sifter linkage lik that, I think we have PO shenanigans going on.
 
Well now I am really confused :confused::confused::confused: LOL, I pulled the body cover so I could get a good look at the shift linkages, what I have is a single shifter the linkage then conects to two poopie rails that go into the transfer as I move the shifter one will slide in then slide out and the other slides in heres the best I pics I could get, I oppologize for the full sizze but scaled down you really couldn't see the details?

IMG00089-20091101-0840.jpg

IMG00090-20091101-0841.jpg

I think there is some schanagens going on with post I do not recall, calling them "POOPIE RAIL" LMAO, CJ you working on some creative editing there :D
 

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